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Title Gender-based violence and public health : international perspectives on budgets and policies / edited by Keerty Nakray
Published Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge, 2013

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Description xiv, 233 pages ; 24 cm
Series Routledge studies in public health
Routledge studies in public health.
Contents Conceptual framework -- Gender based violence : a framework for public health budgets and policies / Keerty Nakray -- Gender budgets and public health approach : addressing gender based violence in India / Vibhuti Patel -- Gender-based violence as a public health issue and the legal perspective : a critical overview / Ronagh McQuigg -- Gender, gender-based violence, and HIV/AIDS : review of evidence and policy / Rachel Jewkes -- Measuring gender based violence : issues of impact and prevalence / Emma Williamson -- Gender-based violence in Australia : a state-based joined-up approach / Deborah Western and Robyn Mason -- Risks, impacts, and responses to gender based violence -- Gender-based violence in post-disaster recovery situations : an emerging public health issue / Margaret Alston Chapter -- Gender, use and abuse : sexually abused women in alcohol and drug treatment / Jan Breckenridge and Michael Salter -- The impact of intimate partner violence on the mental health of Latin American immigrant women in the U.S. / Blanca M. Ramos -- Legal response to domestic violence in Tajikistan / Dilbar Turkhanova -- Sexual violence within intimate contexts of marriage : integrating human rights and public health approach for gender sensitive interventions / Nishi Mitra -- Gender-based violence and reproductive health in five Indian states / Ernestina Coast, Tiziana Leone, and Alankar Malviya -- Rethinking gender based violence and public health policies in India : insights from Dilaasa, Mumbai, India / Padma Bhate-Deosthali and Ravi Duggal -- Contributing to the prevention of domestic violence related homicide : a multi-systemic practice response framework / Jan Breckenridge and Kerrie James -- Sexual violence and culture of silence in India : critical appraisal of role of health services / Nishi Mitra
Summary Gender-based violence is a multi-faceted public health problem with numerous consequences for an individual's physical and mental health and wellbeing. This collection develops a comprehensive public health approach for working with gender-based violence, paying specific attention to international budgets, policies and practice and drawing on a wide selection of empirical studies. Divided into two parts, the text looks at how public health budgets and policies can be used to influence a range of risk factors and outcomes, and then outlines a theoretical and conceptual framework. The second section draws on empirical studies to illustrate ways of managing the risks and impacts of, and responses to, the problem. It concludes by summarising those risk factors that can be effectively addressed through appropriately budgeted public health programmes globally. Highlighting ways of bolstering protective and resilience factors and identifying early interventions, it demonstrates the importance of inter-agency interventions through coordinated effort from a wide range of sectors including social services, education, religious organisations, judiciary, police, media and business
Notes Formerly CIP. Uk
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Abused women -- Case studies.
Violence -- Social aspects.
Violence -- Prevention.
Violent crimes -- Prevention.
Victims of violent crimes.
Public health.
Battered Women.
Health Policy -- economics.
International Cooperation.
Violence -- prevention & control.
Women's Health -- economics.
Genre/Form Case studies.
Author Nakray, Keerty.
LC no. 2012023855
ISBN 9780415504928 hardback