Gender equality is a condition in which men and women have equal enjoyment of rights, socially valued goods, opportunities, resources and rewards. Gender equality is
This article considers the relationship between customary law (kastom) and the official legal system in Vanuatu. It looks at the limitations of the reasons propounded
Full Text of the 2026-2026 National Child Protection Policy.
Mental Health & psychosocial support training manual Vanuatu is one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world. Major disruptions to livelihood brought on by
This report presents the key findings on the Vanuatu Well-being — 2019-2020 NSDP Baseline Survey, aligned with the expressed needs reflected in the People’s Plan.
Presentation on the 2022 study on sexual harassment in Vanuatu, focusing on the question: Has the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace changed with
Report summary on the 2022 study on sexual harassment in Vanuatu, focusing on the question: Has the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace changed
Report on the 2022 study on sexual harassment in Vanuatu, focusing on the question: Has the prevalence of sexual harassment in the workplace changed with
In the last two decades, there has been considerable advancements in the formulation and review of policy instruments on gender equality in Vanuatu and across
This paper reviews literature of gender-based violence in small island states, in particular, domestic violence. Studies have shown that the domestic violence is the most
Full text of the 2006 Vanuatu Penal Code.
A final report from the ‘Voices of Pacific children with disability: identifying the needs and priorities of children with disability in Vanuatu and Papua New
Harmful Connections: Examining the relationship between violence against women and violence against children in the South Pacific
Summary Violence against women (VAW) is widely condemned as a fundamental violation of human rights and is recognized as a significant public health problem, causing
The Counselling approach sits under the Vanuatu component of the PTL Reducing GBV Project which began between January and July 2015 in Vanuatu, Papua New
Sexual offenders make up approximately 70% of the detainees in the Correctional Center of Vanuatu. For every offender there is at least one victim and