The result of the researches suggest that the prevalence of women exposed to violence in Turkey and in the World is high [2, 7, 10, 11]. how cultural and social norms can support violence, gives examples of interventions .. in two ways: by justifying and increasing the prevalence of risky behaviour, .. Summary. Violent behaviour is strongly influenced by cultural and social.
Gender violence includes rape, sexual assault, intimate partner violence in heterosexual and same sex partnerships, sexual harassment, stalking, prostitution. Gender-based violence is a phenomenon deeply rooted in gender inequality, and continues to be one of the most notable human rights violations within all.
Country Survey Coverage Year. Intimate Partner Violence (%). Intimate Partner and/or. Non-Partner Violence (%). Forced first sex. (%). Abuse during pregnancy. The prevalence estimates of intimate partner violence range from % in high- income countries and % in the WHO Western Pacific.
In , the World Health Assembly declared violence against women a “leading worldwide public health problem”. Gender-based violence against women and girls is a violation of human rights and rooted in gender inequality. Intimate partner violence, trafficking, sexual harassment. Sexual and other forms of gender-based violence are increasingly reported in situations of complex emergencies (e.g. involving political instability and armed.
The World report on violence and health is the first comprehensive review of the problem of violence on a global scale. World report on violence and health. Edited by. Etienne G. Krug, Linda L. Dahlberg, James A. Mercy,. Anthony B. Zwi and Rafael Lozano.