Reports and Analysis
Learning Agenda Report
Case Study on Mandatory Reporting
Case Study on Media Campaigns
Report on Localized Indicators
WAGE Global Consortium Learning Agenda Report
One of WAGE’s key objectives was to engage in collaborative research and learning to build a body of evidence on promising practices in advancing the status of women and girls. WAGE’s learning agenda established the priority research questions that the program actively sought to answer. WAGE sought to understand what was already known about integrated programming for women’s and girls’ empowerment, what gaps in practice and evidence existed, and how to bridge identified gaps. All this collaborative research yielded promising practices and lessons learned that are summarized in this report on the learning agenda.
WAGE Research on Legal Protections for Gender-Based Violence (GBV) - Challenges with Mandatory Reporting
While the world has seen considerable advancements in the status of women girls and related legislation, gaps in laws and effective response remain. This report presents research from WAGE initiatives on legal protections for gender-based violence (GBV) and challenges related to mandatory reporting. This is then explored through a case study on the WAGE Jordan initiative.
Report and Case Study
What Works for Conflict- and Gender-Sensitive Media Campaigns
Media campaigns are powerful tools for raising awareness and disseminating messages related to peace and conflict resolution; however, historically gender and conflict sensitivity has not always been considered by implementers when designing campaigns. This case study shares best practices in implementing conflict- and gender-sensitive media campaigns. This case study is based on Search for Common Ground’s experience of running two extensive media campaigns across Central Asia.
Case Study [PDF, English]
Why do Localized Indicators Matter for WOmen's Empowerment and Peace?
The Grounded Accountability Model, or GAM, is a research approaches that practitioners can use in co-developing localized indicators with the people directly affected by conflict. This analysis explores how locally-generated indicators on people’s everyday experiences of concepts like “women’s empowerment” and “peace” can contribute to a more grounded understanding of impact and greater accountability to communities.
Analysis [PDF, English]