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|Transforming harmful gender norms in Solomon Islands (report)||1.6 MB|
This report outlines the findings from a qualitative study and process evaluation to assess the implementation of Oxfam’s Safe Families program in Solomon Islands. The study sought to understand the processes of shifting harmful social norms that drive family and sexual violence in Solomon Islands.
The study provides insights into the strict gendered norms and gendered roles at individual, relationship and community levels in Solomon Islands, and the practice of bride price and how these practices, norms, and attitudes relate to violence against women.
Key recommendations for the future implementation of the Safe Families Program: