Evaluation: ending violence against women and girls

25 November 2018

Violence against women and girls is widely recognised as a fundamental violation of human rights, a global health problem and considerable social and economic cost to individuals, communities and countries. The Australian Government has a clear commitment to reduce violence against women, in Australia and overseas, and over the last decade has significantly expanded its support in this area.

ODE is undertaking a strategic evaluation of Australia's development assistance to end violence against women and girls. This will be a ten-year follow up from ODE's 2008 strategic evaluation Violence against Women in Melanesia and East Timor.

Evaluation summary and timeline

Literature review

This review was commissioned as part of the evaluation and informs the final report. It provides a desk-based analysis of the available evidence about trends, innovations, and approaches to ending violence against women and girls globally.

Guidance papers

These papers were commissioned by ODE to inform the evaluation.

Other documents

Last Updated: 28 February 2019