War@Home – Mauritius Country Report

War@Home – Mauritius Country Report

Date: November 29, 2012
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About a quarter (24%) of women in Mauritius have experienced some form of gender-based violence in their lifetime including partner and non-partner violence. An almost similar proportion of men (23%) admit to perpetrating violence against women in their lifetime. One in twenty-five women (4%) experienced gender-based violence and a similar proportion of men (4%) perpetrated gender violence in the 12 months before the survey.

Most of the violence occurs within intimate relationships. Almost a quarter of ever-partnered women (23%) have experienced while 22% of men perpetrated Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) in their lifetime.

Publisher: Gender Links
Year of Publication: 2012
Download : Contents, Acknowledgements, Executive summary
Download : Chapter 1: Introduction
Download : Chapter 2: Methodology
Download : Chapter 3: Extent of GBV
Download : Chapter 4: Patterns and drivers of GBV
Download : Chapter 5: Effects of violence
Download : Chapter 6: Response
Download : Chapter 7: Support
Download : Chapter 8: Prevention
Download : Chapter 9: Integrated approaches
Download : Chapter 10: Conclusions and recommendations
Download : Back cover pages

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Satinder Ragobur says:

challenging task

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