Image is an invitation to a webinar. There is an illustration of 5 women with different appearances on the left. The text reads: "Webinar (with Facebook logo). Invitation by Spotlight Initiative. Methodologies for the Study of Violence Against Women, Girls, and Adolescents (VAWG): presentation of cases in Honduras and lessons learned for Latin America and the Caribbean. Join us for a special Spanish-language webinar focusing on the methodologies used in the study of VAWG and discussion of how recent projects can inform future programming in the region. Wednesday April 28, 2021. 10AM Honduras time (GMT -6)." At the bottom of the image, there are logos for the organizations involved in the webinar, including Sayara International, Spotlight Initiative, European Union, UN, and icons for the UN Sustainable Development Goal number 5 relating to Gender Equality.

Sayara & Spotlight Initiative Webinar on the Study of VAWG

Sayara International has over a decade of experience carrying out complex studies on gender-based violence and gender roles and social norms in multiple contexts.

Since 2019, Sayara has been implementing a national study in Honduras, commissioned by the Spotlight Initiative, that seeks to understand the social norms that reproduce social and institutional tolerance towards Violence Against Women and Girls.

As part of our commitment to the communities we work with, Sayara has partnered with the Spotlight Initiative to produce a Spanish-language webinar on April 28, 2021, on Methodologies for the Study of Violence Against Women, Girls, and Adolescents (VAWGA).

Our expert researchers will share methodological lessons learned and best practices acquired during the implementation of the study in Honduras. Experienced local and international organizations will also share their experiences.

Guest speakers include:

  • Manuel Contreras  World Bank, Senior Social Development Specialist, LAC 
  • Vita Randazzo  UN Women Honduras, Spotlight Coordinator, Technical Specialist in Gender 
  • Gianluca Giuman – Sayara International, Technical Leader in Gender Studies 
  • Tatiana Uclés  Sayara International, Senior Researcher 
  • Migdonia Ayestas  National Observatory of Violence, IUDPAS-UNAH Honduras, Coordinator 

 

The panel will present cases in Honduras and discuss the lessons learned for Latin America and the Caribbean. The session concludes with interactive Q&A. 

This event is open to all, but is particularly relevant for those working in academia, civil society organizations, cooperation agencies, government agencies and NGOs, and feminist movements in Latin America and the Caribbean  

Join us on April 28 here: https://www.facebook.com/onumujereshonduras/ We look forward to your participation!  

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