What have we learned from the What Works to Prevent Violence against women and girls programme?

Join us for a public symposium to mark the end of the ground-breaking Global Programme, What Works to prevent Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) where we will share knowledge and invite peer debate of the evidence to inform research and practice to end VAWG.

This symposium will debate and deliberate the technical aspects of the latest What Works evidence on the drivers, effective interventions, and cost-effectiveness of VAWG prevention efforts; establish “where we are” in VAWG prevention and discuss and debate ”where next” in the field of VAWG prevention.             


Speakers will include:

Prof Rachel Jewkes, Director of the What Works Global Consortium (South Africa Medical Research Council)

Prof Anna Vassall, Director of the Centre for Health Economics in London (CHiL), LSHTM  

A panel of expert VAWG researchers and practitioners from the What Works Global Programme - to be announced soon! 


The symposium will be followed by a reception at Pumphandle Bar. 


Please note that this session will NOT be live-streamed/recorded. 



No registration required. Seats available on first come, first served basis.