The international community has recognized violence against women (VAW) and violence against children (VAC) as global public health and human rights problems.
Some researchers and practitioners have called for more efforts to bridge this divide based in part on evidence that research and services focused on one form of violence in isolation from the other may overlook important risks, vulnerabilities, and consequences of multiple forms of violence within families and across the lifespan.
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Source: Pan American Health Organisation and World Health organisation
Year of publication: 2017