Our team has extensive experience in the areas of gender equality and prevention of violence against women and girls. We have a strong, nuanced understanding of gender-based violence and evidence-based violence prevention approaches. We are experienced in working across the program cycle to increase the impact of violence prevention programs, including formative research, program design, monitoring and evaluation, and staff training and development.
We have technical expertise in monitoring, evaluation, and learning, and we have experience leading evaluations for a range of social justice programs across the globe.
We use a range of methodologies to conduct mixed-methods evaluations. Program theory forms the foundation of all our evaluations, regardless of their design. We also support clients to develop or revise program theory using a range of techniques, including theory of change.
Our team advocate for participatory and inclusive approaches to evaluations, including using participatory processes to develop methodologies and collect and analyse data.
We have produced a range of training packages, toolkits and information, education, and communications materials to support the implementation of gender equality and violence prevention programming.
We have technical expertise in qualitative and quantitative research, and we lead research teams and train enumerators in diverse settings.
We undertake research, develop resources and deliver training to inform policy and practice in the areas of public health, social inclusion and gender equality. We also design and evaluate health promotion and gender equality programs and campaigns, drive advocacy efforts to guide public health policy in Australia, and provide high-level technical advice and support to organisations.