Women’s Health and Life Experiences: A Qualitative Research Report on Violence Against Women in Grenada, 2018
Lead Researcher: DR HALIMAH DESHONG“Women’s Health and Life Experiences: A Qualitative Research Report on Violence Against Women in Grenada” complements the Grenada Women’s Health and Life Experiences survey as it examines the context in which IPV and non-partner sexual violence (NPSV) occur, how violence is experienced, the overall meanings attached to violence and state and community responses. Through a range of interviews with female survivors, and interviews and focus group discussions with men and key informants in government and civil society in Grenada, it captures the meanings, nature and consequences and effects of, and responses to, IPV and NPSV.
The study was completed with the kind support, and commitment to ending gender inequality and gender-based violence (GBV), of UN Women, the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat.
Geographic coverage: Latin America and the Caribbean Grenada
Subject areas: Ending violence against women and girls Health