The PACE project, which managed the IGWG, ended September 30, 2022. No new content is added to this site.
The PACE project, which managed the IGWG, ended September 30, 2022. No new content is added to this site.
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The IGWG organizes regular in-person and virtual events where members from around the world can learn from and connect with each other. These events may be thematic, such as a focus on recent research in the GBV field, or dedicated to capacity building, like how to use film for social and behavior change communication. Our annual IGWG Plenary creates space for members to meet in person and provide feedback on the network as a whole each year.

Presentations and recordings of IGWG events are available online so you can find past events you missed or want to revisit. The presentation materials are also available.


How Constraints on Sexuality Harm Adolescent Girls: Research and Recommendations

AJWS 45 West 36th St, 11th Floor, New York, NY

American Jewish World Service and GreenWorks have partnered to explore this often-overlooked practice of child, early, and forced marriage (CEFM). Join us to learn more about the obstacles and opportunities involved in more comprehensively incorporating issues of sexuality into CEFM programs that aim to empower women and girls.

Addressing Gender-Based Violence Through Cash Transfer Programming Part I

PRB 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 520, Washington, DC

Addressing Gender-Based Violence Through Cash Transfer Programming Part I View presentations and the event recording here. This series, hosted by the Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Task Force of the Interagency Gender Working Group (IGWG), explored the use of cash transfer approaches (an economic empowerment strategy) to address GBV and other reproductive health outcomes. Moving from theory to practice, the event included presentations on results from recent...

IGWG and iTVS Workshop: Using Documentaries to Boost Social Impact

PRB 1875 Connecticut Avenue, NW Suite 520, Washington, DC

For decades, skilled social and behavior change communication practitioners have created and used groundbreaking media in their work, demonstrating real results. But what about the off-the-shelf documentary films found at film festivals, PBS, cable, and elsewhere? Can they be used to boost targeted development goals even though they weren’t designed for that purpose? What would it take to make these ready-made films an effective, affordable,...