The value of intersectionality in understanding violence against women and girls
This policy brief explores the concept of intersectionality as a tool to analyze and understand the intersection of gender with other inequalities/oppressions (e.g., sexuality, gender identity, ethnicity, indigeneity, immigration status, disability) in the context of violence against women and girls (VAWG). The report examines the impact of intersecting oppressions on the ability of survivors of VAWG to access services and obtain justice, as well as the importance of ‘by and for’ organizations in addressing the needs of marginalized women who face violence.
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Geographic coverage: Europe and Central Asia Albania Bosnia and Herzegovina Kosovo (under UNSCR 1244) North Macedonia Serbia Türkiye
Resource type(s): Project/programme reports
UN Women office publishing: Europe and Central Asia
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