Preventing Gender-based Violence Effectively with Multidisciplinary and Integrated Services
Key Lessons  from the Legal Aid and Counselling Clinic Experience, Grenada
Summary

Gender-based violence (GBV) and in particular, violence against women and girls, is one of the most common forms of insecurity facing citizens in the Caribbean. Yet, Caribbean countries dispose of insufficient response mechanisms to counteract GBV. This Policy Brief promotes the Legal Aid and Counselling Clinic (LACC) in Grenada as a good-practice example of providing GBV services in the Caribbean Region. It offers 13 recommendations for replicating this successful model.

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