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Message ID: 9393
Date: 2013-03-14

Author:Elizabeth Dartnall

Subject:SVRI Publications: Parenting interventions for the prevention of child abuse and neglect

Dear Colleagues Over the past two years, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative, through funding from the Oak Foundation has systematically reviewed available evidence globally on various aspects of primary prevention of sexual violence. This process looked at the evidence for the prevention of child abuse and neglect through parenting programmes, in both high and low and middle income countries (McCLoskey, 2011, Knerr et al., 2011); engaging men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence (Ricardo et al., 2012), risk factors for perpetration (Jewkes, 2012) and a global review of national policy interventions for rape prevention (Loots et al., 2011). We thought that members of this listserv will be particularly interested in the parenting reviews, details to follow: Parenting interventions in low and middle Income countries: * Parenting and the Prevention of Child Maltreatment in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review of Interventions and a Discussion of Prevention of the Risks of Future Violent Behaviour among Boys . Knerr W, Gardner F and Cluver, L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: Preventing Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Knerr W, Gardner F and Cluver, L. SVRI, 2011 Parenting interventions in high income countries: * A Systematic Review of Parenting Interventions to Prevent Child Abuse Tested with RCT Designs in High Income Countries . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: A systematic Review of Parenting Interventions to Prevent Child Abuse Tested with Randomised Control Trial (RCT) Designs in High Income Countries . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: Modifying Gender Role Stereotypes in Children . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 For more information on this project and to access the other reviews mentioned, please visit: http://www.svri.org/oakfoundation.htm Hard copies of these reports are available on request. We would also like to let you know about our global conference – SVRI Forum 2013, Evidence into action, 14 – 17 October, Bangkok, Thailand - http://www.svri.org/forum2013/ . Prevention of child abuse and neglect is a major conference theme. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this work and the work of the SVRI. We look forward to meeting you in Thailand. Best Elizabeth Dartnall SVRI Programme Officer / Snr Research Manager Sexual Violence Research Initiative|Gender and Health Research Unit, Medical Research Council South Africa Tel: +27 (0)12 339 8527 | Cel: +27 (0) 84 553 2243 | elizabeth.dartnall@mrc.ac.za 1 Soutpansberg Road Pretoria South Africa www.svri.org www.mrc.ac.za This e-mail and its contents are subject to the South African Medical Research Council e-mail legal notice available at. http://www.mrc.ac.za/about/EmailLegalNotice.htm

Dear Colleagues Over the past two years, the Sexual Violence Research Initiative, through funding from the Oak Foundation has systematically reviewed available evidence globally on various aspects of primary prevention of sexual violence. This process looked at the evidence for the prevention of child abuse and neglect through parenting programmes, in both high and low and middle income countries (McCLoskey, 2011, Knerr et al., 2011); engaging men and boys in the prevention of sexual violence (Ricardo et al., 2012), risk factors for perpetration (Jewkes, 2012) and a global review of national policy interventions for rape prevention (Loots et al., 2011). We thought that members of this listserv will be particularly interested in the parenting reviews, details to follow: Parenting interventions in low and middle Income countries: * Parenting and the Prevention of Child Maltreatment in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Systematic Review of Interventions and a Discussion of Prevention of the Risks of Future Violent Behaviour among Boys . Knerr W, Gardner F and Cluver, L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: Preventing Child Abuse and Interpersonal Violence in Low- and Middle-Income Countries. Knerr W, Gardner F and Cluver, L. SVRI, 2011 Parenting interventions in high income countries: * A Systematic Review of Parenting Interventions to Prevent Child Abuse Tested with RCT Designs in High Income Countries . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: A systematic Review of Parenting Interventions to Prevent Child Abuse Tested with Randomised Control Trial (RCT) Designs in High Income Countries . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 * Briefing Paper: Modifying Gender Role Stereotypes in Children . McCloskey L. SVRI, 2011 For more information on this project and to access the other reviews mentioned, please visit: http://www.svri.org/oakfoundation.htm Hard copies of these reports are available on request. We would also like to let you know about our global conference – SVRI Forum 2013, Evidence into action, 14 – 17 October, Bangkok, Thailand - http://www.svri.org/forum2013/ . Prevention of child abuse and neglect is a major conference theme. Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this work and the work of the SVRI. We look forward to meeting you in Thailand. Best Elizabeth Dartnall SVRI Programme Officer / Snr Research Manager Sexual Violence Research Initiative|Gender and Health Research Unit, Medical Research Council South Africa Tel: +27 (0)12 339 8527 | Cel: +27 (0) 84 553 2243 | elizabeth.dartnallmrc.ac.za 1 Soutpansberg Road Pretoria South Africa www.svri.org www.mrc.ac.za This e-mail and its contents are subject to the South African Medical Research Council e-mail legal notice available at. http://www.mrc.ac.za/about/EmailLegalNotice.htm