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Specialized Training for Frontline Social Services Workers Expands Its Reach Across Timor-Leste

April 1, 2019

Program Snapshot

In one of Asia’s youngest and poorest nations, Timor-Leste’s social services are in high demand. Local crisis shelters, youth organizations, health facilities, disabled people’s organizations and other frontline services perform vital work in supporting vulnerable people and communities. However, training and professional development opportunities… Read more

 

The Asia Foundation Timor-Leste’s Nabilan Program and Australian Government Launch Hamahon ‘Giving Shelter’ App and Media Kit

Dili, December 6, 2018

News

Today, The Asia Foundation and the Timor-Leste Government launched an innovative mobile application and website for women and children victims of violence. Demonstrating a commitment to taking concrete steps to stop violence against women at all levels of society and ensuring women and children victims have access to support services, the governmen… Read more

 

Intimate Partner Violence against Women in Timor-Leste

September 27, 2018

Publication

Understanding the differences between the Nabilan Baseline Study and the Demographic and Health Survey The Asia Foundation undertook the Nabilan Health and Life Experiences Study (the Nabilan Study) from July to September 2015. The purpose of the study was to generate rigorous, reliable data from women and men in Timor-Leste on the prevalence and p… Read more

 

Violénsia Husi Parseiru Íntimu Kontra Feto iha Timor-Leste

September 27, 2018

Publication

Komprende diferensa entre Programa Nabilan nia Estudu Baze no Peskiza Demográfiku no Saúde The Asia Foundation/Fundasaun Ázia nia Programa Nabilan halo Estudu Baze kona-ba Saúde no Esperiénsia Moris (Estudu Nabilan) husi Jullu to’o Setembru 2015. Estudu Baze ne’e iha objetivu hodi prodús dadus ne’ebé rigorozu no konfiavel husi feto no mane sira iha… Read more

 

The Asia Foundation in Timor-Leste Hosts Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop

Dili, August 3, 2018

News

Nabilan (Ending Violence Against Women) Program Phase 2 Announced On July 31, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop announced Australia’s commitment to fund $10 million ($14.2 million AUD) for Phase 2 of The Foundation’s Nabilan (Ending Violence Against Women) Program. With the committed funding from the Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs,… Read more

 

Community-Based Approaches: Ending Violence Against Women Through Community Action – A Reflection On Research, Ethics, And Practice

January 3, 2018

Publication

This report documents what has been learned to date through Nabilan’s Community-Based Approaches program, including key research questions on violence against women and program implementation.

 

Community-Based Approaches: Ending Violence Against Women Through Community Action – Executive Summary

January 3, 2018

Publication

This report outlines how the Nabilan program identified the need for an innovative approach, how the approach works, and what has been achieved, including what has been learned through implementation of violence against women and children programming in Timor-Leste.

 

Mobilizasaun Komunitáriu: Hapara Violénsia Hasoru Feto Luihosi Asaun Komunitária – Sumáriu Ezekutivu

January 3, 2018

Publication

Dokumentu ida ne’e deskreve tansá programa identifika nesesidade atu implementa métodu inovativu, oinsá métodu nia lala’ok, no saida mak programa atinje ona ho métodu ne’e, inklui saida de’it mak programa aprende kona-ba violénsia kontra feto no labarik no programa nia prátika durante prosesu implementasaun.

 

Mobilizasaun Komunitáriu: Hapara Violénsia Hasoru Feto Luihosi Asaun Komunitária – Pergunta Sira Baibain Ema Husu

January 3, 2018

Publication

Resposta sira ba pergunta sira ne’ebé ema baibain husu kona-ba Nabilan nia serbisu Mobilizasaun Komunitáriu

 

Community-Based Approaches: Ending Violence Against Women Through Community Action – Frequently Asked Questions

January 3, 2018

Publication

Responses to frequently asked questions about the Nabilan Community-Based Approaches work

 

Rede Referál Fornesadór Servisu (Referral Network Poster)

April 13, 2017

Publication

Lista númeru kontaktu ba Rede Referál Fornesadór Servisu iha Timor-Leste

 

Timor-Leste Leaders Sign Charter on Preventing Violence Against Women and Children

November 23, 2016

News

Today, thirteen influential leaders, including from government, institutions, and civil society, signed a Charter declaring their commitment to preventing violence against women and children in Timor-Leste. The declarations were made during the launch of a creative short film, “Coffee Consent,” which aims to educate Timorese youth about the meaning… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Introduction

October 28, 2016

Publication

This Toolkit aims to be a practical and informative guide for anyone working on the prevention of violence against women and children in Timor-Leste. This Toolkit will also assist programs across other sectors that want to incorporate a more gender-sensitive approach into their programming. The contents of this Toolkit draw on the learning of the N… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 1: Best Practice in Preventing Violence Against Women

October 28, 2016

Publication

Global research and evaluation in the area of preventing violence against women over the last 20 years has found which approaches are effective and which are not. This fact sheet summarizes the key components of effective and ineffective violence prevention approaches in the Timor-Leste context.

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 2: Theories of Change for Preventing Violence Against Women

October 28, 2016

Publication

Violence against women is a complex social issue and there are many factors that contribute to this violence. It is therefore important to take the time to think about how we develop programs, projects and initiatives to prevent violence against women. Existing theories about how people can change a situation or resolve a problem (theories of chang… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 3: Community-Led Approaches to Preventing Violence Against Women

October 28, 2016

Publication

As explained in Fact Sheet 1, one of the characteristics of effective approaches to ending violence against women and children is that these approaches are community-led. A complex web of social norms exists across all societies, specifically around gender, the acceptance of violence, and family privacy. It is, therefore, vital to use community-led… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 4: An Evidence-Based and Multi-Sectoral Approach to Preventing Violence Against Women in Timor-Leste

October 28, 2016

Publication

The Nabilan Baseline Study highlighted the factors which have the strongest association with women’s experiences, and men’s perpetration, of intimate partner violence (IPV) in Timor-Leste. This evidence clearly shows the approach needed to most effectively prevent violence against women in this country. This Fact Sheet first presents the evidence o… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 5: Evidence-Based Recommendations for Ending Violence Against Women in Timor-Leste

October 28, 2016

Publication

The Nabilan Baseline Study explored the prevalence, patterns and health impacts of violence against women and children in Timor-Leste, as well as the risk and protective factors for women’s experience, and men’s use, of intimate partner violence. The recommendations from the Study provide useful guidance on what we all can do to end violence agains… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 6: What Can You Do to Prevent Violence Against Women and Children?

October 28, 2016

Publication

Whether you are a man, woman, girl, or boy, a parent or a student, an NGO worker or a teacher, there are many steps that you can take to build healthy, respectful relationships in your family, home, place of work and community.

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 7: Monitoring and Evaluation Tools

October 28, 2016

Publication

Prevention program effectiveness assessment tool This tool helps to assess overall effectiveness of a prevention program and to identify areas for improvement. To use this tool, read each row and put an X in the column that most accurately describes the prevention program (choose either ‘Less effective’ or ‘More effective’ for each row). Tally up t… Read more

 

The Nabilan Prevention Toolkit Fact Sheet 9: Key Resources on the Prevention of Violence Against Women and Children

October 28, 2016

Publication

Evidence and data on the prevention of violence against women

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Introdusaun

October 28, 2016

Publication

Rekursu ida-ne’e iha objetivu atu sai nu’udar matadalan prátiku no informativu ba ema sé de’it ne’ebé serbisu ba prevensaun violénsia hasoru feto no labarik sira iha Timor-Leste. Rekursu ida-ne’e sei mós tulun programa sira iha setór seluk tan ne’ebé hakarak integra aprosimasaun sensivel ba jéneru iha sira-nia programasaun. Konteúdu Rekursu ninian… Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 1: Prátika Di’ak Iha Prevensaun Violénsia Hasoru Feto

October 28, 2016

Publication

Peskiza no avaliasaun globál iha área prevensaun violénsia hasoru feto ne’ebé halo durante tinan 20 foin kotuk ba nia laran hetan aprosimasaun sira-ne’ebé efetivu no la’ós efetivu. Folla informativa ida-ne’e sumariza komponente xave hosi aprosimasaun prevensaun violénsia efetivu no la efetivu iha kontestu Timor-Leste nian.

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 2: Teoria Kona-Ba Mudansa Hodi Prevene Violénsia Hasoru Feto

October 28, 2016

Publication

Violénsia hasoru feto sai nu’udar asuntu sosiál kompleksu no iha fatór barak ne’ebé kontribui ba violénsia ne’e. Nune’e sai importante liután atu fó tempu natoon atu hanoin kona-ba oinsá ita dezenvolve programa no inisiativa sira hodi prevene violénsia hasoru feto. Teoria ezistente kona-ba oinsá ema bele halo mudansa ba situasaun ka rezolve problem… Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 3: Aprosimasaun Lidera Liuhosi Komunidade Hodi Prevene Violénsia Hasoru Feto

October 28, 2016

Publication

Hanesan esplika tiha ona iha Folla Informativa 1, karakterístika ida hosi aprosimasaun efetivu hodi hapara violénsia hasoru feto no labarik mak katak aprosimasaun sira tenke lidera liuhosi komunidade; Rede kompleksu hosi norma sosiál sira eziste iha sosiedade hotu hotu, espesifikamente ho relasaun ba jéneru, aseitasaun ba violénsia no privasidade f… Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 4: Aprosimasaun Bazeia-Ba-Evidénsia No Multi-Setorál Atu Prevene Violénsia Kontra Feto Iha Timor-Leste

October 28, 2016

Publication

Estudu Baze Nabilan nian subliña ona fatór hirak-ne’ebé iha asosiasaun forte liu hotu ho feto sira-nia esperiénsia, no mane sira-nia asaun, hosi violénsia parseiru íntimu iha Timor-Leste. Evidénsia ne’e hatudu ho klareza aproximasaun ne’ebé presiza hodi prevene efetivamente violénsia hasoru feto iha rai ne’e. Folla Informativa ne’e aprezenta uluk e… Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 5: Rekomendasaun Bazeia-Ba-Evidénsia Hodi Hapara Violénsia Hasoru Feto Iha Timor-Leste

October 28, 2016

Publication

Estudu Referénsia Nabilan nian buka-hatene kona-ba prevalénsia, tipu no impaktu ba saúde hosi violénsia hasoru feto no labarik sira iha Timor-Leste, nomós fatór risku no protetivu ba feto sira-nia esperiénsia, no mane sira nia uza ba violénsia hasoru sira nia parseiru íntimu. Rekomendasaun sira hosi Estudu ne’e fornese matadalan utíl kona-ba buat n… Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 6: Saida Mak Ita Bele Halo Hodi Prevene Violénsia Hasoru Feto No Labarik Sira?

October 28, 2016

Publication

Se karik Ita mak mane, feto, labarik-feto, labarik-mane, inan-aman ka estudante, traballadór iha ONG ka profesór, iha pasu barak ne’ebé Ita bele halo hodi harii relasaun saudavel, no respeitozu iha Ita-nia família, uma-laran, serbisu-fatin no komunidade.

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 7: Rekursu Ba Monitorizasaun No Avaliasaun

October 28, 2016

Publication

Rekursu ba avaliasaun efikásia programa prevensaun nian Rekursu ne’e sei tulun avalia tomak efetividade programa prevensaun no identifika área ne’ebé presiza hadi’ak. Atu uza rekursu ne’e, lee pontu ida-idak no tau marka X iha koluna ne’ebé deskreve loos liu programa prevensaun ne’e (hili karik ‘efikásia menus’ ka ‘efikásia liu’ ba pontu ida-idak)…. Read more

 

Rekursu Prevensaun Programa Nabilan Nian Folla Informativa 9: Rekursu Xave Sira Ba Prevensaun Violénsia Hasoru Feto No Labarik Sira

October 28, 2016

Publication

Evidénsia no dadus kona-ba prevensaun violénsia hasoru feto

 

Training on Gender Equity and Violence Prevention

October 28, 2016

Publication

Presentation from the Nabilan team. PowerPoint version

Treinamentu Kona-ba Igualdade Jéneru no Prevensaun Violénsia 

Treinamentu Kona-ba Igualdade Jéneru no Prevensaun Violénsia

October 28, 2016

Publication

PowerPoint version

 

Konsentimentu – ne’e simples hanesan kafé

October 27, 2016

Video

Asina Komitmentu Sobre Prevensaun Violénsia Kontra Feto no Labarik iha ne’e.

 

Australian and Timorese Judges Share Best Practices in Domestic and Sexual Violence Cases

Dili, August 2, 2016

News

Today, Timorese judges together with twelve prosecutors attended a continuing legal education event at Dili District Court in Timor-Leste, as part of a week-long judicial conference hosted by The Asia Foundation. The continuing legal education program is being supported by The Asia Foundation’s Nabilan (Ending Violence Against Women) Program, the N… Read more

 

Asian Perspectives: Evidence-based Approaches to Ending Violence Against Women and Girls

June 28, 2016

Video

On June 21, the Foundation held a public panel discussion on Evidence-based Approaches to Ending Violence against Women and Girls that highlighted recent research and programmatic findings in the areas of prevention and response to violence against women and girls in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Timor-Leste. Featuring Asia Foundation Experts: Junayed… Read more

 

Huffington Post: Violence Against Women, Gender Inequality, and Histories of Conflict in Timor-Leste

June 6, 2016

Media Coverage

Huffington Post interviews The Asia Foundation’s Country Representative in Timor-Leste on the Foundation’s Understanding Violence against and Women Children in Timor-Leste: Findings from the Nabilan Baseline Study: To us, this research was crucial as part of our larger program aimed at ending violence against women and children in Timor-Leste (Nabi… Read more

 

Komprende Violénsia Kontra Feto no Labarik iha Timor-Leste: Konkluzaun sira husi Programa Nabilan nia Estudu Baze

May 18, 2016

Publication

Sumáriu Relatóriu Fundasaun Ázia ho laran-ksolok publika relatóriu ida-ne’e, Komprende Violénsia Kontra Feto no Labarik iha Timor-Leste: Konkluzaun sira husi Programa Nabilan nia Estudu Baze. Peskiza ne’e kontribui ba koñesimentu foun ne’ebé inovadór kona-ba violénsia kontra feto iha Timor-Leste no diretamente tau matan ba falta dadus ne’ebé konfia… Read more

 

Understanding Violence against and Women Children in Timor-Leste Summary Report

May 18, 2016

Publication

Summary Report The Asia Foundation is pleased to publish this report, Understanding Violence against Women and Children in Timor-Leste: Findings from the Nabilan Baseline Study. This research contributes ground-breaking knowledge on violence against women in Timor-Leste, and directly addresses the gap in reliable, representative quantitative data o… Read more

 

Understanding Violence Against and Women Children in Timor-Leste: Findings from the Nabilan Baseline Study

May 18, 2016

Publication

Main Report The Asia Foundation is pleased to publish this report, Understanding Violence Against Women and Children in Timor-Leste: Findings from the Nabilan Baseline Study. This research contributes ground-breaking knowledge on violence against women in Timor-Leste, and directly addresses the gap in reliable, representative quantitative data on w… Read more

 

Pajina Informativa 1. Feto Sira-Nia Esperiénsia Violénsia Husi Parseiru Íntimu Iha Timor-Leste

May 16, 2016

Publication

Iha nasaun hotu-hotu, violénsia hasoru feto no labarik-feto nu’udar kestaun saúde no direitus umanus. Globalmente, 35% husi feto sira hetan ona violénsia fízika ka seksuál ruma durante sira-nia moris, no 30% hetan violénsia husi parseiru íntimu. Programa Nabilan nu’udar programa inovadór ba tinan ualu ne’ebé finansiadu husi Governu Austrália, ne’eb… Read more

 

Pajina Informativa 2. Konsekuénsia Saúde Husi Violénsia Ne’ebé Parseiru Íntimu Halo Hasoru Feto Sira Iha Timor-Leste

May 16, 2016

Publication

Iha nasaun hotu-hotu, violénsia hasoru feto no labarik-feto sai nu’udar kestaun saúde no direitus umanus. Iha tinan 2015, nu’udar parte husi Programa Nabilan, Fundasaun Ázia halo Estudu Levantamentu Baze kona-ba Saúde no Esperiénsia Moris. Estudu ida-ne’e iha objetivu atu prodús dadus nasionál kona-ba prevalénsia, no konsekuénsia sira husi violénsi… Read more

 

Pajina Informativa 3. Feto No Mane Sira-Nia Esperiénsia Kona-Ba Abuzu No Trauma Durante Sira-Nia Infánsia Iha Timor-Leste

May 16, 2016

Publication

Abuzu ba labarik no violénsia hasoru feto nu’udar kestaun direitus umanus no saúde públika ne’ebé prevalente no globál. Iha Ázia no Pasífiku, dadus bazeia ba populasaun hatudu katak violénsia hasoru feto no abuzu ba labarik mak prevalente, maski dadus estatístiku kona-ba abuzu ba labarik iha rejiaun ne’e tomak seidauk forte no seidauk sai nu’udar p… Read more

 

Pajina Informativa 4. Violénsia Seksuál Hasoru Feto Iha Timor-Leste

May 16, 2016

Publication

Iha nasaun hotu-hotu, violénsia hasoru feto no labarik-feto nu’udar kestaun saúde no direitus umanus. Globalmente, 35% husi feto sira hetan ona violénsia fízika ka seksuál ruma durante sira-nia moris, no 30% hetan violénsia husi parseiru íntimu. Iha 2015, nu’udar parte husi Programa Nabilan, The Asia Foundation halo Estudu Levantamentu Baze kona-ba… Read more

 

The Nabilan Health and Life Experiences Study – Fact Sheet #1

May 2, 2016

Publication

Fact Sheet 1. Intimate Partner Violence: Women’s Experiences and Men’s Perpetration of Violence Against Women in Timor-Leste The Nabilan Program is an innovative eight-year program funded by the Australian Government, targeting violence against women in Timor-Leste, implemented through The Asia Foundation. In 2015, as part of Nabilan, The Asia Foun… Read more

 

The Nabilan Health and Life Experiences Study – Fact Sheet #2

May 2, 2016

Publication

Fact Sheet 2. Health Consequences of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Timor-Leste The Nabilan Program is an innovative eight-year program funded by the Australian Government, targeting violence against women in Timor-Leste, implemented through The Asia Foundation. In 2015, as part of Nabilan, The Asia Foundation conducted the Health and L… Read more

 

The Nabilan Health and Life Experiences Study – Fact Sheet #3

May 2, 2016

Publication

Fact Sheet 3. Women’s and Men’s Experiences of Child Abuse and Neglect in Timor-Leste The Nabilan Program is an innovative eight-year program funded by the Australian Government, targeting violence against women in Timor-Leste, implemented through The Asia Foundation. In 2015, as part of Nabilan, The Asia Foundation conducted the Health and Life Ex… Read more

 

The Nabilan Health and Life Experiences Study – Fact Sheet #4

May 2, 2016

Publication

Fact Sheet 4. Sexual Violence Against Women by Someone Other Than Their Intimate Partner in Timor-Leste The Nabilan Program is an innovative eight-year program funded by the Australian Government, targeting violence against women in Timor-Leste, implemented through The Asia Foundation. In 2015, as part of Nabilan, The Asia Foundation conducted the… Read more

 

Beyond Fragility & Inequity – Executive Summary

July 8, 2015

Publication

This report identifies the socio-economic factors that impact upon the choices women make when determining if they should remain in an abusive relationship. The economic dimensions of domestic violence do not sit in isolation; they are in fact situated within a broader web of other societal pressures, obligations, and relationships. Given that, thi… Read more

 

Beyond Fragility & Inequity

July 8, 2015

Publication

This report identifies the socio-economic factors that impact upon the choices women make when determining if they should remain in an abusive relationship. The economic dimensions of domestic violence do not sit in isolation; they are in fact situated within a broader web of other societal pressures, obligations, and relationships. Given that, thi… Read more

 

Aleinde Frajilidade & Dezigualdade – Sumáriu Ezekutivu

July 8, 2015

Publication

Relatóriu ida-ne’e identifika fatór sósiu-ekonómiku ne’ebé hamosu impaktu ba feto sira-nia eskolla bainhira sira deside atu hela ka sai husi relasaun abuziva. Dimensaun ekonómika husi violénsia doméstika la izoladu; tuir loloos dimensaun ekonómika iha ligasaun ho presaun, obrigasaun, no relasaun sosiál sira seluk iha nivel ne’ebé luan liu. Tanba ne… Read more