Research

Banteay Srei was a leading partner in the AusAID funded Triple Jeopardy research project, exploring violence against women with disabilities in Cambodia.

Women with disabilities experience much higher levels of violence around the world than women without disabilities. They suffer worse physical and mental health outcomes as a consequence of violence, and are at increased risk of experiencing high levels of stigma, discrimination and other rights violations. Yet little precise disability- and sex-disaggregated data on interpersonal violence exists for the Asia-Pacific region. Triple Jeopardy, a three-year research project, sought to provide comparative information about the lives of women with disabilities and those without in Cambodia.

 Pos_Design-2-English Triple Jeopardy: Violence Against Women with Disabilities in Cambodia, click to download.

Triple-Jeopardy-Research-Policy-Brief Research Policy Briefing – Triple Jeopardy, violence against women with disabilities in Cambodia, click to download.
Triple-Jeopardy-Working-Paper Triple Jeopardy, violence against women with disabilities in Cambodia Working Paper 1, January 2013, click to download.
Women-with-Disabilities-and-Gender-Based-Violence Women with Disabilities and Gender Based Violence Case Study report, click to download.
 Triple Jeopardy Research Launch Presentation-EN_Page_01  Triple Jeopardy Research Launch Presentation Launch Presentation, click to download
 A Community Training Toolkit-EN_Page_01  A Community Training Toolkit, click to download
 CBM Inclusion Made Easy Guide-EN_Page_01 CBM Inclusion Made Easy Guide, click to download
 Improving service responses to Women with Disabilities Pamphlet-EN_Page_1 Improving service responses to Women with Disabilities Pamphlet, click to download
 Community Training Tool Cards-EN_Page_01 Community Training Tool Cards, click to download