On February 11, Component Three of the What Works to Prevent Violence Against Women and Girls Programme began its focus to explore the social and economic impacts of violence against women and girls in the Global South and to provide a framework for estimating the overall costs for national economies.
The launch was held at NUI Galway in the Aula Maxima Lower, it was open to the public.
- Jim Browne, President, NUI Galway
- Katie Chapman, Social Development Advisor, Violence against Women and Girls Team, DFID
- Liz Ford, Deputy Editor, Global Development, The Guardian
- Anne Byrne, Head, School of Political Science & Sociology, NUI Galway
- Nata Duvvury, Project Leader, Centre for Global Women’s Studies, NUI Galway