Lessons Learned from the National Study on Violence against Women in Georgia 2017

Lessons Learned from the National Study on Violence against Women in Georgia 2017 was developed by UN Women Georgia and the National Statistics Office of Georgia (GEOSTAT) with the financial support of the UN Women and WHO joint Programme “Strengthening Methodologies and Measurement and Building National Capacities for Violence against Women Data”, funded by the Department for International Development (DFID) of The United Kingdom. The publication documents the lessons learned from conducting the National Study on Violence against Women in Georgia implemented jointly by UN Women and GEOSTAT in 2017 within the framework of the “Unite to Fight Violence against Women” project generously funded by the European Union.

The publication aims at analyzing and documenting this experience - the process and results as well as the lessons learned. More specifically, the publication records the key steps and lessons learned from every stage of the process - from its inception to fieldwork and to dissemination of the results.

The publication also focuses extensively on challenges and lessons learned during the implementation of the study, providing practical insights, learnings and recommendations from practitioners in the field. The publication offers useful guidance for researchers, government and development partners and other interested parties in Georgia and around the world on the implementation of national prevalence studies on VAW.

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Geographic coverage: Europe and Central Asia; Georgia

Subject area(s): Ending violence against women and girls

Resource type: Learning

Publication year: 2019

Number of pages: 26

Publishing entities: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women)