Realtime Learning at End Violence Lab

Realtime Learning at End Violence Lab

Observations, outcomes and refections about preventing violence against children

Author: Jake Broadhurst

Jake Broadhurst is Innovation & Uptake Director at End Violence Lab.

By Prof Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab.  The Data for Children Collaborative with UNICEF has funded a series of regional systematic reviews of INSPIRE interventions in Africa, Asia and the Americas: Accelerating What Works to End Violence Against Children: A multi-country study. Conducted by the End Violence Lab (EV Lab) at the […]

By Mara Tissera Luna, Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course Evaluation Consultant; and Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab.  In April 2021, the End Violence Lab launched the Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course, a 15-module online course co-delivered by the End Violence Lab at the University of Edinburgh. As part of the End Violence Lab’s commitment to global learning, […]

By Mara Tissera Luna, Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course Evaluation Consultant; and Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab.  In April 2021, the End Violence Lab launched the Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course, a 15-module online course co-delivered by the End Violence Lab at the University of Edinburgh. As part of the End Violence Lab’s commitment to global learning, […]

Leaders from five Pathfinding Countries — Cambodia, Canada, Colombia, the Philippines and Uganda have graduated from End Violence Lab’s Leadership Development Programme 2020 was a year of significant challenges for leaders around the world. Our goal was to bring a like-minded cohort of peers together to share common challenges and create innovative solutions to violence prevention during COVID. Tailored […]

By Mara Tissera Luna, Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course Evaluation Consultant; and Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab.  In April 2021, the End Violence Lab launched the Colombia INSPIRE Coordination Course, a 15-module online course co-delivered by the End Violence Lab at the University of Edinburgh. As part of the End Violence Lab’s commitment to global learning, […]

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Opinion: The power of people and relationships are not to be underestimated. This article was originally published in November 2019 on Apolitical and is written by Jake Broadhurst, who leads innovation & uptake at the End Violence Lab. In 2030, at the end of the lifespan of the current Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), it is […]

By Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab.  In 2019, Colombia joined the End Violence Partnership as a Pathfinding Country. In 2020 – even in spite of COVID-19 conditions – the Government of Colombia embarked on an ambitious plan to reduce violence against children. The Instituto Colombiano de Bienestar Familiar (ICBF) is the […]

By Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab The LDP is a global service of the EV Partnership delivered to Pathfinding Country leaders. The LDP 2020 was an interactive, fully online programme focusing on leadership, communication and storytelling skills for an exclusive cohort of public servants committed to ending violence against children. We […]

By Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab HOW DOES A PANDEMIC SHAPE GOVERNMENT? As the 2020 Leadership Development Programme (LDP) with Apolitical and the End Violence Lab continued, we thought we’d share how our Pathfinding governments are coping with COVID-19. Early on, we took a poll to find out how the pandemic […]

Belen, age 16, participates in an indigenous ceremony in Ecuador.

By Dr. Catherine Maternowska, Co-Director of the End Violence Lab This piece is the third in the real-time learning series from the 2020 Leadership Development Programme. MARGINALISED COMMUNITIES: MAKING INEQUITY VISIBLE The Leadership Development Programme (LDP) with the End Violence Lab and Apolitical explored the issues of marginalised communities with Pathfinding Governments. Marginalised communities experience discrimination […]

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