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In today’s world, gaps in wealth have grown shockingly wide. Billions of people linger at the bottom, denied their human rights and prospects for a better life. At the top, resources and privileges accrue at explosive rates, pushing the world ever further from the vision of equality embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
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"Gender-based Violence: UNFPA Prevention & Response" publication is developed from the results of mapping exercise of UNFPA engagement in Ending Gender-based Violence worldwide. 

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Violence against women constitutes a violation of fundamental human rights and regrettably, domestic violence against women continues to exist in the 21st century all around the world. Violence not only affects the physical and mental health of women, but also results in a loss of self-esteem and confidence, quality of life and selfsufficiency. It impedes the advancement of women’s legal, social, political and economic status

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A desk review was made in colloboration with Population Association and UNFPA Turkey on Turkey's young population. 
 
 

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As of January 2016, the population of Turkey, defined by the number of people residing in Turkey, is approximately 78.7 million'. Including temporary residents, the population of Turkey is estimated to exceed 81 million. This report presents certain topics related to the current status of Turkey's population and certain prominent issues related to its population, and to provide those working in this field with a current overview of the country's population. 

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Shelter From the Storm: A transformative agenda for women and girls in a crisis-prone world

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A regional overview supplementing UNFPA’s State of World Population 2015

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Practical guidance on how to mitigate and prevent gender-based violence in emergencies

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Research is the first in its area had been conducted to understand the perception of school age youth (ages between 11-17) on violence against women and gender inequality which is the root cause of the act.

 

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Physical, psychological, and sexual growth and development are experienced during adolescence, a period accepted as transition from childhood to adulthood (10-19 years of age). On the other hand, youth (15-24 years of age) is a special period within which adult life style is shaped. In this period, a person experiences an important process of change by which s/he forms her/his own philosophy of and approach towards life. Youth adopt numerous norms, values, and approaches in this process and reflect them to their behaviour. They are influenced by many individual and social elements while adapting some sexual and reproductive behavior norms and values in this period. 

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