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Global Shared Research Agenda: Priority Setting Domain 3 & 4

1. In which region is your work focused? Select all that apply
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3. What is your gender?
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4. We are committed to representing the voices of different groups in the priority setting exercise. Do you identify as being part of any of the following groups? Select all that apply.
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5. Does your work primarily focus on any of the following groups? Select all that apply
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6. How would you describe your current role/organisation? Select one
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7. Which group are you a member of?
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8. Please score each of the research questions in domain three for applicability by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'.

Domain 3: Improving existing interventions (including scale-up research,  implementation research, adaptation, costing research, intervention science, process research and other form of research that generate innovative solutions to improve existing interventions making them more deliverable, more affordable or more sustainable, and understanding the impact of policies and laws on VAWG):

Improving existing interventions refers to understanding how positive or promising impacts of interventions can be scaled up to access larger populations, benefit more people and to foster policy and programme development on a more sustainable basis, including generating knowledge about the costs of VAWG and of implementing VAWG prevention and response interventions. This domain also includes the impact of developing, implementing and scaling up sustainable violence prevention initiatives at national government level, including policies, frameworks and laws that aim to prevent VAWG. A critical element of this domain is access to funding required to adapt and scale up interventions to different contexts, and to ensure that resource distribution is equitable and reaches marginalised groups, including those with intersecting identities. 


Criteria: Applicability
Some research ideas will be more likely to produce knowledge that is applicable to local political and cultural contexts and be applied in policy and practice.
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1. Will the research findings produce interventions that are relevant, and applicable to the local context? 2. Will the research findings translate to practical actions and interventions in the next 5-7 years? 3. Will the research benefits balance with the time, costs, resources and community labour required to undertake the research? 
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How can large-scale sector programmes be adapted to optimise their impact on violence prevention and response, particularly education, health, economic development, infrastructure and social protection programmes?
What alternative modalities (besides in-person programming) are effective in VAWG prevention at scale?
How can social movements and feminist activism contribute to preventing and responding to VAWG at scale?
What are some best practices for ensuring agility and adaptability of VAWG interventions, especially those working with marginalised women and girls or operating in complex contexts?
What kinds of faith-based or community-led VAWG prevention interventions can be adapted to different faiths, communities and regions effectively?
How can we use tech platforms effectively, safely and cost-efficiently for violence prevention?
How can police response more adequately address the needs of LGBTQ+ people reporting IPV, non-partner sexual violence and sexual harassment?
What types of interventions are most effective in facilitating gender transformative change in men and women at scale?
How can promising VAWG prevention and response interventions from non-emergency settings be adapted to have effect in conflict and humanitarian contexts (e.g. reduced dosage or brevity, different delivery mechanisms etc)?
Do higher costs in resource intensive violence prevention interventions represent good value for money when taking into account effectiveness in reduction of VAWG?
In what ways can justice institutions be held to account and capacitated to be survivor-centered and hold perpetrators accountable, especially in conflict and post-conflict settings?
9. Please score each of the research questions in domain three for effectiveness by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'.

Domain 3: Improving existing interventions (including scale-up research,  implementation research, adaptation, costing research, intervention science, process research and other form of research that generate innovative solutions to improve existing interventions making them more deliverable, more affordable or more sustainable, and understanding the impact of policies and laws on VAWG):

Improving existing interventions refers to understanding how positive or promising impacts of interventions can be scaled up to access larger populations, benefit more people and to foster policy and programme development on a more sustainable basis, including generating knowledge about the costs of VAWG and of implementing VAWG prevention and response interventions. This domain also includes the impact of developing, implementing and scaling up sustainable violence prevention initiatives at national government level, including policies, frameworks and laws that aim to prevent VAWG. A critical element of this domain is access to funding required to adapt and scale up interventions to different contexts, and to ensure that resource distribution is equitable and reaches marginalised groups, including those with intersecting identities.


Criteria: Effectiveness
Some research ideas will be more likely to generate innovative, sustainable, effective interventions, or improve existing promising interventions. 
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1. Will the research produce novel findings?
2. Will the research contribute to sustainable interventions that can reduce VAWG in the 5-7 years? 3. Will the proposed research produce findings about good practice that can be effectively communicated and disseminated and where appropriate taken to scale?
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How can large-scale sector programmes be adapted to optimise their impact on violence prevention and response, particularly education, health, economic development, infrastructure and social protection programmes?
What alternative modalities (besides in-person programming) are effective in VAWG prevention at scale?
How can social movements and feminist activism contribute to preventing and responding to VAWG at scale?
What are some best practices for ensuring agility and adaptability of VAWG interventions, especially those working with marginalised women and girls or operating in complex contexts?
What kinds of faith-based or community-led VAWG prevention interventions can be adapted to different faiths, communities and regions effectively?
How can we use tech platforms effectively, safely and cost-efficiently for violence prevention?
How can police response more adequately address the needs of LGBTQ+ people reporting IPV, non-partner sexual violence and sexual harassment?
What types of interventions are most effective in facilitating gender transformative change in men and women at scale?
How can promising VAWG prevention and response interventions from non-emergency settings be adapted to have effect in conflict and humanitarian contexts (e.g. reduced dosage or brevity, different delivery mechanisms etc)?
Do higher costs in resource intensive violence prevention interventions represent good value for money when taking into account effectiveness in reduction of VAWG?
In what ways can justice institutions be held to account and capacitated to be survivor-centered and hold perpetrators accountable, especially in conflict and post-conflict settings?
10. Please score each of the research questions in domain three for equity by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'. 

Domain 3: Improving existing interventions (including scale-up research,  implementation research, adaptation, costing research, intervention science, process research and other form of research that generate innovative solutions to improve existing interventions making them more deliverable, more affordable or more sustainable, and understanding the impact of policies and laws on VAWG):

Improving existing interventions refers to understanding how positive or promising impacts of interventions can be scaled up to access larger populations, benefit more people and to foster policy and programme development on a more sustainable basis, including generating knowledge about the costs of VAWG and of implementing VAWG prevention and response interventions. This domain also includes the impact of developing, implementing and scaling up sustainable violence prevention initiatives at national government level, including policies, frameworks and laws that aim to prevent VAWG. A critical element of this domain is access to funding required to adapt and scale up interventions to different contexts, and to ensure that resource distribution is equitable and reaches marginalised groups, including those with intersecting identities.


Criteria: Equity
Some research will be more likely to produce findings that challenge inequalities, and be accessible and equitable to underprivileged or marginalised groups, or conversely, the research findings could perpetuate inequalities.
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1. Would you agree the questions would produce findings that would benefit groups with greater vulnerability to violence? 2. Do you think the research question could perpetuate or reinforce inequalities and/or harmful attitudes towards more vulnerable groups? 3. Would the research effectively and meaningfully involve and engage with the affected community?
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How can large-scale sector programmes be adapted to optimise their impact on violence prevention and response, particularly education, health, economic development, infrastructure and social protection programmes?
What alternative modalities (besides in-person programming) are effective in VAWG prevention at scale?
How can social movements and feminist activism contribute to preventing and responding to VAWG at scale?
What are some best practices for ensuring agility and adaptability of VAWG interventions, especially those working with marginalised women and girls or operating in complex contexts?
What kinds of faith-based or community-led VAWG prevention interventions can be adapted to different faiths, communities and regions effectively?
How can we use tech platforms effectively, safely and cost-efficiently for violence prevention?
How can police response more adequately address the needs of LGBTQ+ people reporting IPV, non-partner sexual violence and sexual harassment?
What types of interventions are most effective in facilitating gender transformative change in men and women at scale?
How can promising VAWG prevention and response interventions from non-emergency settings be adapted to have effect in conflict and humanitarian contexts (e.g. reduced dosage or brevity, different delivery mechanisms etc)?
Do higher costs in resource intensive violence prevention interventions represent good value for money when taking into account effectiveness in reduction of VAWG?
In what ways can justice institutions be held to account and capacitated to be survivor-centered and hold perpetrators accountable, especially in conflict and post-conflict settings?
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12. Please score each of the research questions in domain four for applicability by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'.

Domain 4: Methodological and measurement gaps (including new and innovative ways to measure VAWG, hierarchies of knowledge, practice-based learning, sticky ethical issues, and monitoring and evaluation of interventions):

Methods and measures refers to the methodologies and research instruments we use to measure the different forms of VAWG, and their validity, reliability and accuracy. For example are the measures we use valid (e.g. are they measuring what they are supposed to?) and reliable (e.g. the consistency of how a person answers over time to the same question/scale); are the methods we use e.g. surveys, questionnaires, scales, scored appropriately; can we use standardised methods, measures across studies; how can we mitigate limitations in measuring accurate VAWG prevalence data, including recall bias and social desirability bias? This domain also includes addressing limitations in VAWG evaluation approaches, for instance, how to avoid spill over effects for control or comparison group populations in experimental or quasi-experimental approaches.


Criteria: Applicability
Some research ideas will be more likely to produce knowledge that is applicable to local political and cultural contexts and be applied in policy and practice.
0
1. Will the research findings produce interventions that are relevant, and applicable to the local context? 2. Will the research findings translate to practical actions and interventions in the next 5-7 years?  3. Will the research benefits balance with the time, costs, resources and community labour required to undertake the research? 
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How to conduct effective, ethical and inclusive research on VAWG using online/virtual/remote methods (including social media) and how should these be adapted to reach marginalised populations?
What methods can be used to measure the intersection and pathways between different types of violence, including polyvictimization and intersections between VAW and violence against children (VAC)?
What research methodologies are most appropriate to measure social norm change in violence prevention interventions?
What are examples of good practice in addressing recognised ethical challenges of undertaking VAWG research in resource poor settings and / or with marginalised communities?
Which analytical approaches (both quantitative and qualitative) are most appropriate for advancing an intersectional approach to research on VAWG?
What are the best methodologies to measure the long-term impacts of violence prevention interventions, including reduction in VAWG and other intended and unintended outcomes?
What methodologies can be used to measure and attribute the impact of multi-component interventions on VAWG prevention, reduction or cessation?
What are the most effective tools to measure harmful traditional practices against women and girls (including FGM/C, early and forced marriage, crimes committed in the name of honour, dowry-related violence, and son preference)?
In IPV prevention interventions inclusive of women and girls with disabilities, should outcome measures be universal or should some be disability-specific?
How do we ensure our research impacts policy and programmes and how do we measure that impact?
13. Please score each of the research questions in domain four for effectiveness by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'.

Domain 4: Methodological and measurement gaps (including new and innovative ways to measure VAWG, hierarchies of knowledge, practice-based learning, sticky ethical issues, and monitoring and evaluation of interventions):

Methods and measures refers to the methodologies and research instruments we use to measure the different forms of VAWG, and their validity, reliability and accuracy. For example are the measures we use valid (e.g. are they measuring what they are supposed to?) and reliable (e.g. the consistency of how a person answers over time to the same question/scale); are the methods we use e.g. surveys, questionnaires, scales, scored appropriately; can we use standardised methods, measures across studies; how can we mitigate limitations in measuring accurate VAWG prevalence data, including recall bias and social desirability bias? This domain also includes addressing limitations in VAWG evaluation approaches, for instance, how to avoid spill over effects for control or comparison group populations in experimental or quasi-experimental approaches.


Criteria: Effectiveness
Some research ideas will be more likely to generate innovative, sustainable, effective interventions, or improve existing promising interventions.
0
1. Will the research produce novel findings? 2. Will the research contribute to sustainable interventions that can reduce VAWG in the next 5-7 years? 3. Will the proposed research produce findings about good practice that can be effectively communicated and disseminated and where appropriate taken to scale?
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How to conduct effective, ethical and inclusive research on VAWG using online/virtual/remote methods (including social media) and how should these be adapted to reach marginalised populations?
What methods can be used to measure the intersection and pathways between different types of violence, including polyvictimization and intersections between VAW and violence against children (VAC)?
What research methodologies are most appropriate to measure social norm change in violence prevention interventions?
What are examples of good practice in addressing recognised ethical challenges of undertaking VAWG research in resource poor settings and / or with marginalised communities?
Which analytical approaches (both quantitative and qualitative) are most appropriate for advancing an intersectional approach to research on VAWG?
What are the best methodologies to measure the long-term impacts of violence prevention interventions, including reduction in VAWG and other intended and unintended outcomes?
What methodologies can be used to measure and attribute the impact of multi-component interventions on VAWG prevention, reduction or cessation?
What are the most effective tools to measure harmful traditional practices against women and girls (including FGM/C, early and forced marriage, crimes committed in the name of honour, dowry-related violence, and son preference)?
In IPV prevention interventions inclusive of women and girls with disabilities, should outcome measures be universal or should some be disability-specific?
How do we ensure our research impacts policy and programmes and how do we measure that impact?
14. Please score each of the research questions in domain four for equity by answering each of the three sub-questions 'yes', 'no' or 'I don't know'.

Domain 4: Methodological and measurement gaps (including new and innovative ways to measure VAWG, hierarchies of knowledge, practice-based learning, sticky ethical issues, and monitoring and evaluation of interventions):

Methods and measures refers to the methodologies and research instruments we use to measure the different forms of VAWG, and their validity, reliability and accuracy. For example are the measures we use valid (e.g. are they measuring what they are supposed to?) and reliable (e.g. the consistency of how a person answers over time to the same question/scale); are the methods we use e.g. surveys, questionnaires, scales, scored appropriately; can we use standardised methods, measures across studies; how can we mitigate limitations in measuring accurate VAWG prevalence data, including recall bias and social desirability bias? This domain also includes addressing limitations in VAWG evaluation approaches, for instance, how to avoid spill over effects for control or comparison group populations in experimental or quasi-experimental approaches.

Criteria: Equity
Some research will be more likely to produce findings that challenge inequalities, and be accessible and equitable to underprivileged or marginalised groups, or conversely, the research findings could perpetuate inequalities.
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1. Would you agree the questions would produce findings that would benefit groups with greater vulnerability to violence? 2. Do you think the research question could perpetuate or reinforce inequalities and/or harmful attitudes towards more vulnerable groups? 3. Would the research effectively and meaningfully involve and engage with the affected community?
Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know Yes No I don't know
How to conduct effective, ethical and inclusive research on VAWG using online/virtual/remote methods (including social media) and how should these be adapted to reach marginalised populations?
What methods can be used to measure the intersection and pathways between different types of violence, including polyvictimization and intersections between VAW and violence against children (VAC)?
What research methodologies are most appropriate to measure social norm change in violence prevention interventions?
What are examples of good practice in addressing recognised ethical challenges of undertaking VAWG research in resource poor settings and / or with marginalised communities?
Which analytical approaches (both quantitative and qualitative) are most appropriate for advancing an intersectional approach to research on VAWG?
What are the best methodologies to measure the long-term impacts of violence prevention interventions, including reduction in VAWG and other intended and unintended outcomes?
What methodologies can be used to measure and attribute the impact of multi-component interventions on VAWG prevention, reduction or cessation?
What are the most effective tools to measure harmful traditional practices against women and girls (including FGM/C, early and forced marriage, crimes committed in the name of honour, dowry-related violence, and son preference)?
In IPV prevention interventions inclusive of women and girls with disabilities, should outcome measures be universal or should some be disability-specific?
How do we ensure our research impacts policy and programmes and how do we measure that impact?
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