Evidence-led violence prevention: principles and guidelines for practice

2020-05-11

This policy brief presents lessons from the South African Violence Prevention Forum on how to design a multisectoral violence prevention intervention for communities. While knowledge is growing about what works to prevent violence, little is available on working with multiple stakeholders who have different knowledge, experience and expectations. This brief shows how to involve practitioners, researchers, government departments and community members in designing a violence prevention project.


Authors

Chandré Gould, Diketso Mufamadi, Judy Connors, Janet Hayward, Elizabeth Dartnall, Nwabisa Shai, Sinah Moruane, Janet Austin, Oswald Reddy, Katharine Frost, Elmarie Malek, Tshepiso Machabaphala, Zithobile Ngidi, Ajwang Warira, Wilmi Dippenaar, Joan Moeketsi, Shanaaz Mathews, Thulani Mahlangu, Likho Bottoman, Thamsanqa Mazaku, Barbara Holtmann and Neo Modise.

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