Result of World Vision-AM Partners cooperation
World Vision Armenia has published and presented to the public “The invisible part of everyday life. gender stereotypes in livelihood” brochure. It is a public version of the report of “Gender-based violence and prenatal sex-selection in Armenia” research implemented by AM Partners Consulting Company. The author of the collection is Meline Torosyan, coordinator and analyst of social researches at AM Partners Consulting Company. The mentioned research was conducted in the frame of “Caring for Equality” Project implementing by World Vision Armenia, which aims to change and prevent the stereotypical attitude and behavior that hurt women and girls, promote the creation of an environment where girls and boys are born and valued equally.
“The invisible part of everyday life. gender stereotypes in livelihood” brochure summarizes the analysis of people’s opinions from different sex and age groups in Yerevan and different regions of Armenia relating to the existing restrictions on women in Armenian society, discrimination against them, formed habits and stereotypes. Many issues and problems raised also remain relevant today: they continue to be applied nowadays, manifesting in a number of spheres and relationships, causing the limitation of women's speech and decision-making, obstacles to participating in community issues outside the home, restrictions on appearing in the street, impossibility of sole time management, and so on. The electronic version of the publication is available on our website and can be found by following the link: http://www.ampartners.am/project/conduction-of-research-on-gender-based-violence-and-prenatal-sex-selection-in-armenia.html