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July 1, 2016

Doing Qualitative Field Research on Gender Norms with Adolescent Girls and Their Families

"By listening to what girls, their families and community leaders say, researchers can explore how people perceive the norms that pattern lives, and how they are - or are not - changing. These...

July 1, 2016

Communications to Change Discriminatory Gender Norms Affecting Adolescent Girls

"Can communications programmes help to change discriminatory gender norms and improve adolescent girls' wellbeing? The short answer is yes. Of the programmes examined in our recent systematic review...

June 29, 2016

Changing Gender Norms: Monitoring and Evaluating Programmes and Projects

To understand whether projects and programmes to change discriminatory gender norms affecting adolescent girls are having their intended effect – and to make the necessary changes if they are not -...

June 29, 2016

What Can Internationally Comparable Quantitative Data Tell Us about How Gender Norms Are Changing?

"Which types of data can tell us about changes in people's attitudes and practices when it comes to gender?" This research and practice note outlines how standardised national surveys, opinion data...

June 29, 2016

Core List of ICT Indicators

"ICTs are cross-cutting enablers of development and are therefore critical to the achievement of the sustainable development goals (SDGs)."

June 27, 2016

Case Study: Peace Clubs - Participatory Video and Most Significant Change Evaluation

"Participatory Video (PV) was used in this context because it is an accessible, flexible medium of recording community stories of change. It can capture what surveys, questionnaires and bar charts...

June 27, 2016

Tackling the Silent Killer With Open Source Health Communications: A Campaign to End Child Pneumonia

A campaign to end child pneumonia by reaching mothers and health workers with life-saving information Authors:

June 27, 2016

Where Mothers and Children Are Inspired by Stories of Love and Tragedy

With its goal to protect the lives of children, Ouro Negro (Black Gold) in Mozambique is a national entertainment-education (EE) radio drama designed by the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF),...

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June 24, 2016

"The key finding of the assessment is that displaced people in northern Iraq live in an information vacuum which is hindering their ability to...

June 24, 2016

"It's less about being informed and more about feeling something and being moved by it." - Filmmaker Reem Haddad

Al Jazeera's 2-...

June 24, 2016

"In the immediate aftermath of a disaster, keeping communities informed about what's happening around them, how to reconnect with their...

June 24, 2016

"For mainstream media, the millions of people whose lives have been upended are mostly data points, illustrations of the misery and upheaval...

June 23, 2016

"For refugees making their way to Europe, information is a matter of life and death. Through two-way communication, Internews is to beginning...

June 22, 2016

"Living with the effects of Polio and Post Polio Syndrome (PPS) can influence many areas of life, but here at The British Polio Fellowship we...

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