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This position paper focuses on the primary prevention of violence perpetrated by men against women. It develops a position on primary prevention (as distinct from secondary and tertiary interventions). It also identifies examples of good practice across settings, and factors for success for primary prevention...
The paper argues broadly for recognition of a number of principles essential to establishing a firm basis upon which to redress health inequities for women:It is impossible to understand women’s health outcomes without also understanding the social context of women’s lives; International human...