Cross-Cutting

The global Secretariat of Know Violence in childhood also commissioned a series of additional papers addressing cross-cutting or region-specific themes. The papers are listed below:

  1. Akobirshoev, I. and A.K. Nandakumar. 2017. “Violence in Childhood: Technical Note on Imputation of Prevalence Rates.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  2. Brodie, I. and J. Pearce. 2017. “Violence and alternative care: a rapid review of the evidence.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 254–65.
  3. Brown, F.L, A.M. de Graaff, J. Annan and T.S. Betancourt. 2017. “Annual Research Review: Breaking cycles of violence - a systematic review and common practice elements analysis of psychosocial interventions for children and youth affected by armed conflict.” Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry 58(4): 507–24.
  4. Embleton, L. 2017. “Twice Victims of Violence: The Plight of Street-connected Children and Youth.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  5. Harris, A.C. and A.K. Nandakumar. 2017. “Global Determinants of Childhood Violence: School Violence & Corporal Punishment at Home.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  6. Kidwai, H. 2017. “School-based Violence in South Asia: State of the Evidence Report.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  7. Lilleston P., L. Goldmann, R.K. Verma and J. McCleary-Sills. 2017. “Understanding social norms and violence in childhood: theoretical underpinnings and strategies for intervention.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 122–34.
  8. Meinck, F., L. Cluver, H. Loening-Voysey, R. Bray, J. Doubt, M. Casale and L. Sherr. 2017. “Disclosure of physical, emotional and sexual child abuse, help-seeking and access to abuse response services in two South African Provinces.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 94–106.
  9. Pells, K. and V. Morrow. 2017. “Children’s Experiences of Violence: Evidence from Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam”. Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  10. Peterman, A., A. Neijhoft, S. Cook and T.M. Palermo. 2017. “Understanding the linkages between social safety nets and childhood violence: a review of the evidence from low-and middle-income countries.” Health Policy and Planning czx033.
  11. Ravi, S. and R. Ahluwalia. 2017. “What explains childhood violence? Micro correlates from VACS surveys.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 17–30.
  12. Rubenstein, B.L. and L. Stark. 2017. “The impact of humanitarian emergencies on the prevalence of violence against children: an evidence-based ecological framework.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 58–66.
  13. Schmidt, V. 2017. “Institutional Violence against Children: How to Cope with the Inevitable and the Unconquerable.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
  14. Sherr, L., K.J. Roberts and N. Gandhi. 2017. “Child violence experiences in institutionalised/orphanage care.” Psychology, Health & Medicine 22(S1): 31–57.
  15. Shiva Kumar, A.K., S.K. Mehta and A.K. Nandakumar. 2017. “Violence in Childhood (VIC) Index: Methodology and Measurement.” Background paper. Ending Violence in Childhood Global Report 2017. Know Violence in Childhood. New Delhi, India.
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