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Violence against women (VAW) is widely
condemned as a fundamental violation of human
rights and is recognized as a significant public
health problem, causing enormous social harm and
costs to national economies. This
report is a literature review that aims to develop a
deeper understanding of what is known about the
connection between violence against women and
violence against children (VAC) in the South Pacific
Island countries. It consolidates existing evidence
from studies on the intersections between VAW
and VAC and focuses specifically on Fiji, Kiribati,
Samoa, Solomon Island, Tonga and Vanuatu.


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