Ending Violence against Women: Implementing Norms, Changing Minds
The programme ¨Implementing norms, changing minds¨(February 2017- January 2020) aims at ending gender-based discrimination and violence against women, with a focus on the most disadvantaged groups of women, in six Western Balkan countries – Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Kosovo , and Serbia – and Turkey. The ultimate goal of the three-year Programme is that women and girls live a life free of discrimination and violence.
In this context, the collection of qualitative data and support to specific parts of the process for preparation of the programme baseline survey in Kosovo is needed. The baseline will lead to a better understanding of current and dominant attitudes and perceptions—and the factors that influence them—toward gender equality and violence against women at community level.
The survey baseline is expected to quantify and contextualize the following indicators that the Programme has to report against:
(1) Percentage of people among targeted communities in Kosovo who think it is never justifiable for a man to beat his wife, disaggregated by gender and age;
(2) Perception of women and men's roles among women, girls, boys, and men in targeted communities