An intergenerational women's empowerment intervention to mitigate domestic violence: Results of a pilot study in Bengaluru, India
A growing body of literature has documented the global prevalence of domestic violence against women of reproductive age as well as the association between violence and an array of adverse reproductive, psychosocial, and child health outcomes. However, there is a dearth of research on domestic violence prevention interventions in the peer-reviewed literature to guide program planning and policy-making efforts. In this article, the authors describe the development and assessment of the feasibility, acceptability, and potential effectiveness of an intergenerational women's empowerment-based intervention to mitigate domestic violence and related adverse health outcomes in low-income urban communities in Southern India.
Krishnan, S., Subbiah, K., Khanum, S., Chandra, P. S., & Padian, N. S. (2012). An intergenerational women's empowerment intervention to mitigate domestic violence: Results of a pilot study in Bengaluru, India. Violence Against Women, 18(3), 346-370. DOI: 10.1177/1077801212442628