Participatory Research Toolkit for Social Norms Measurement

Publication Date: December 2020

Publisher: UNFPA, UNICEF

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Despite significant global investment and efforts to create a more equitable and safer world for children, some challenges such as female genital mutilation are so deeply rooted in the long-standing beliefs and social norms of communities that they continue to persist.

This toolkit is a practical ‘how to’ document for researchers, programme planners, programme implementers and evaluation experts, and is intended to enhance their social-norms-related programme efforts.

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