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Title: Gender-based violence and gender justice
Authors: Naidoo, N 
Keywords: Gender-based violence;South Africa;gender justice;Safety and Violence Initiative (SaVI)
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: UCT
Source: Naidoo, N. 2013. Gender-based violence and gender justice. (In: South African Violence Initiative (SAVI), Cape Town, 1-2 November 2013). []
Conference: South African Violence Initiative (SAVI), Cape Town, 1-2 November 2013 
Abstract: Managing and Responding to Gender Based Violence in South Africa Through Education, Training and Research: Synergies between Practitioners and Higher Education Institutions – A Case Study of the Advice Desk for the Abused. PhD Forensic Pathology (UCT) Collaboration: CPUT, UKZN, WSU/HSRC, Advice Desk for the Abused Disciplines involved: Political Science, Psychology, Education, Emergency Medicine, Commerce, Law, Forensic Pathology, Gender The expected collective or economic benefits derived from the preferential treatment and cooperation between individuals and groups Social networks have value Just as a screwdriver (physical capital) or university education (cultural/human capital) can increase productivity…so do social contacts affect the productivity of individuals/ groups
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