Do you have a question on violence prevention policy or practice? How to design a policy or practice, scale it up or implement it?
The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and Apolitical are partnering to offer the Violence Prevention Expert Roster - a roster of violence prevention experts who can provide consultation on violence prevention policy and practice.
We are here to help build more effective violence prevention efforts: use us and tell your colleagues! We’ll take any questions: simple or complex and work to find the best solutions available.
Here’s how it works in 3 easy steps:
- Simply sign up to Apolitical - apolitical.co/signup
- Once you have signed up, go to the Apolitical Expert Map and select the Ask an Analyst button.
- When you click on the button, you’ll be provided a box like this to ask a question
The Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children and Apolitical will work together and consult the roster of violence prevention experts and get back to you with a response. Our experts
- Have relevant INSPIRE related expertise
- Bring rigorous research methods and approaches to program design and evaluation, including implementation science
- Address key populations such as women & girls, adolescents, men & boys
You can check out the profiles of a few of our experts on the roster here:
Cady Carlson can help you with questions about:
- Community and school-based violence prevention
- Mental health and trauma
- Intersections VAW and VAC
Nancy Glass can help you with questions about:
- Integration of economic empowerment and violence prevention in low resource/humanitarian settings
- Prevention and response to violence in humanitarian settings
- Technology-driven interventions to prevent/respond to IPV
Rebecka Lundgren, can help you with questions:
- IPV and violence against children, with a focus on adolescents, including 10-14 year old’s
- IPV and family planning intersections
- Gender and social norms, including men and boys
Sophie Namy, can help you with questions about
- Rights and community-based mixed methods approaches
- Intersections on VAW VAC
- Gender and social norms