Deoum Troung Pram Hath in Modern Cambodia: A Qualitative Exploration of Gender Norms, Masculinity and Domestic Violence

Published on 01 Jun 2010
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Summary

This report presents the preliminary analysis of research that was carried out in the rural provinces of Prey Veng and Pursat, and also in Phnom Penh, the capital city of Cambodia. The research examines the links between masculinity, gender, and domestic violence in Cambodia. It aims to further understand the links between masculinity, gender, and domestic violence, and identify further entry points for nongovernmental organizations and policy makers in their ongoing efforts to prevent violence against women and girls.

 

This is a publication by Partners for Prevention (P4P) - an interagency initiative of UNDP, UNFPA, UN Women and UNV in Asia and the Pacific.

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