Sexual Violence Research Initiative Forum: Evidence into action


We are proud to invite you to the SVRI Forum 2013 hosted in partnership with Partners for Prevention at the Royal Orchid Sheraton Hotel and Towers, Bangkok, Thailand this year.

Conference aim:

The SVRI Forum 2013 aims to promote promising practices for preventing and responding to sexual and intimate partner violence.

Who should attend?

The SVRI invites researchers, activists, donors, service providers and policy-makers from across all sectors to attend this year’s Forum. The SVRI Forum 2013 will also link the child protection and SGBV fields and promote cross sectoral dialogue and exchange on primary prevention of child abuse and neglect especially when linked to future prevention of sexual violence perpetration and victimization.

Conference themes:

Addressing SV and IPV in low- and middle-income countries
Sexual and other forms of gender-based violence in conflict and crisis
Child sexual abuse, exploitation and gender based violence
HIV and sexual violence
Trafficking and sexual violence

Conference registration:

Registration is now open. Early registration ends 31 July 2013. Visit: for more information.

Abstract submissions:

Abstract submissions for the Forum have now opened. Abstract submissions close on 3 June 2013. Submit your abstract at:

Pre-Conference Workshops:

This year’s Forum will host seven exciting and informative pre-conference workshops. These workshops will take place on Monday, 14 October. For more information on our pre-conference workshops, please visit:

For regular updates on the SVRI Forum 2013, join our listserv at:

We look forward to seeing you in Thailand!

Contact Details:

Email: Contact Elizabeth Dartnall and Lizle Loots at: [email protected]

Forum website:

SVRI website:


Owner: Sexual Violence Research Initiative and Partners for Prevention pdf:


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