Encouraging Action of Bystanders to Domestic Violence

In Georgia, a study revealed that 14 percent of ever-partnered women have been abused by their partners. UNDP investigated what keeps bystanders from reporting violence. The results have shaped a behaviourally-informed campaign that is being rolled out across the country to change the perception that intimate partner violence is a private matter and increase bystanders’ and survivors’ confidence and motivation to take action. A randomised controlled trial is being conducted to assess the impact on reporting rates.

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