Disability and sexual violence
The research project, titled ‘Disability and Sexual Violence’, was commissioned by the Flemish Government - Agency for Internal Affairs - Department of Equal Opportunities, Integration & Immigration - Equal Opportunities Team, to investigate the prevalence of sexual violence among individuals with disabilities in Belgium.
Development and implementation of a clinical care pathway for perinatal mental health in Belgium (PMH-project)
Mental problems during the perinatal period are associated with a range of negative consequences such as preterm birth, mother-infant interactional deficits and negative infant developmental outcome. Research indicates that perinatal mental health problems are highly prevalent (20%). In Flanders however, a large majority is currently not being detected nor getting the appropriate treatment.
Improving Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health through a Participatory Parent-Child Communication Intervention in Uganda
Uganda has a very young population and its sexual and reproductive health (SRH) outcomes - including teen-age pregnancies and HIV prevalence - remain among the poorest worldwide.
Developing a model for adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health
For Enabel, the Belgian Development Cooperation Agency, ICRH is contributing to the development of a model for improving sexual and reproductive health of adolescents in Senegal.
Training on sexual violence for employees and partners of the Family Justice Centers and the Chain Approach to Domestic Violence
Evaluation of the existing assistance landscape for perpetrators and potential perpetrators of sexual violence
Sexual violence is an important social problem that affects public health and well-being. Recent research in the Belgian population showed that all genders and all age groups are vulnerable to sexual violence.
The role and needs of general practitioners in counselling victims of domestic and sexual violence in primary care in Belgium
Sexual and intrafamilial violence are a major public health problem worldwide.
The Belgian Sexual Assault Care Centres: from piloting to evaluation
Subsequent to ICRH’s feasibility study on the development and validation of a model of holistic care for victims of sexual violence in Belgium, the Federal State Secretary of Equality assigned ICRH to pilot and evaluate Sexual Assault Care Centres (SACC) in Ghent, Brussels and Liège.
Leaving no one behind (LNOB): Access to contraceptive methods for vulnerable women in Eastern Europe and Central Asia
This study is led by the East European Institute for Reproductive Health. ICRH is contributing to the study by making a comparative analyses of the LNOB and the I-SHARE data. Despite considerable progress, the needs of vulnerable communities have been traditionally underrepresented in national policies and programmes targeting Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Eastern Europe and Central Asia.
Online opleiding rond seksueel geweld voor justitie-assistenten binnen Slachtofferonthaal
Online opleiding rond seksueel geweld voor advocatuur/Juridische eerstelijnsbijstand