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The report’s key findings on the health impacts of violence by an intimate partner were: Death and injury – The study found that globally, 38% of all women who were murdered were murdered by their intimate partners, and 42% of women who have experienced physical or sexual violence at the hands of a partner had experienced injuries as a result. Depression – Partner violence is a major contributor to women’s mental health problems, with women who have experienced partner violence being almost twice as likely to experience depression compared to women who have not experienced any violence. Alcohol use problems – Women experiencing intimate partner violence are almost twice as likely as other women to have alcohol-use problems.
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Score: 634820 - https://www.who.int/news/item/...oblem-of-epidemic-proportions-
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Co-occurrence of violence Children’s experiences of one type of violence were found to be highly correlated with experiencing other types of violence. For example, children who experienced physical violence were three times as likely to report experiences of neglect, more than four times as likely to report experiences of sexual violence and six and a half times more likely to report experiencing emotional violence. 13 per cent, or more than 1 in 8 children and young people reported being victims of emotional, physical and sexual violence. Furthermore, experiencing violence in one setting was closely associated with experiencing it in another. Children who experienced violence at home were four times as likely to report experiencing violence in any other setting including school, the community or online.
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Score: 633875.5 - https://www.unicef.org/bulgari...R-VAC-research-summary-ENG.pdf
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Method of computation Number of persons who experienced a form of physical harassment and/or sexual harassment, divided by the total population. (...) Experience of sexual harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no sexual harassment was experienced, skip to 5, otherwise go to 2. 2. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 3. 3. (...) Experience of physical harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no physical harassment was experienced, skip to END, otherwise go to 6. 6. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 7. 7.
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Score: 632956.35 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de..._indicator_metadata-11.7.2.pdf
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Experience of sexual harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no sexual harassment was experienced, skip to 5, otherwise go to 2. 2. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 3. 3. (...) Experience of physical harassment in the past three years, by type of harassment If no physical harassment was experienced, skip to END, otherwise go to 6. 6. Most recent type of harassment experienced Continue with 7. 7. (...) Prevalence rate of physical harassment: Number of persons who experienced at least one form of physical harassment, divided by the total population.
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Score: 632956.35 - https://unhabitat.org/sites/de...ta_on_sdg_indicator_11.7.2.pdf
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For example, depending on the requirements for physical presence at work, and real-life interpersonal contact, contra possibilities to telework, people have experienced different types of changes in their day-to-day lives. Furthermore, age groups with young children at home may have experienced a greater burden in private life during the ongoing pandemic. (...) This in addition, to frontline professionals who experienced an increased risk of infection at work.
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Score: 632723.8 - https://www.un.org/en/node/149492
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Qu said this was "the highest number of people experiencing crisis or worse levels of acute food insecurity ever recorded in a single country". (...) He also expressed "great alarm" about the worsening situation in Burkina Faso, where the number of people experiencing crisis or worse levels of acute food insecurity has almost tripled. (...) This increase of 67 percent compared to the 2019 peak is due to the triple shocks experienced this year - COVID-19, floods and the desert locust upsurge.
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Score: 632723.8 - https://www.fao.org/newsroom/d...l-tells-UN-Security-Council/en
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Sexual violence against girls and boys Worldwide, around 15 million adolescent girls aged 15 to 19 have experienced forced sexual intercourse or other forced sexual acts in their lifetime. Only 1 per cent of adolescent girls who had experienced sexual violence said they reached out for professional help.  (...) Strengthen social services for children who have experienced violence, in particular victims of sexual violence.
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Score: 632723.8 - https://www.unicef.org/jamaica...iolence-and-violent-discipline
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For example, depending on the requirements for physical presence at work, and real-life interpersonal contact, contra possibilities to telework, people have experienced different types of changes in their day-to-day lives. Furthermore, age groups with young children at home may have experienced a greater burden in private life during the ongoing pandemic. (...) This in addition, to frontline professionals who experienced an increased risk of infection at work.
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Score: 632723.8 - https://www.un.org/en/academic...ndemic-and-associated-societal
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However, some features of ICTs can potentially produce barriers to use for people when they are experiencing a disturbance in mood or are stressed. Using ICTs can be a very cognitively demanding activity requiring the ability to quickly analyse, synthesise, evaluate and apply information. (...) Also, the lack of non-verbal and social-context cues (e.g., facial expressions) featured in ICTs provides little guidance for behaviour and can make interaction difficult for those experiencing a disturbance in mood. As the age of automation increasingly advances and human-to-human interaction is replaced or mediated by ICTs, there is a need to reconsider the scope of the designs of the ICTs that people interact with. The focus can no longer be solely on efficiency but must also be on accommodating users when they are experiencing mood and stress-related challenges among other psychological problems.
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Score: 632375.24 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/j...ress-related%20challenges.docx
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A total of 60 schools were enrolled, 40 primary and 20 secondary schools. 74% of survey respondents say they have a profile on a social networking or a gaming platform, including 41% of 9-10-year-olds and 72% of 11-12-year-olds. 16% of the respondents have experienced cyberbullying and 15% say they experienced face-to-face bullying. Every third student in the sample experienced something that bothered them online in the past year and almost a quarter did not talk about it to anyone, or ignored the problem hoping that it would go away by itself.
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Score: 632375.24 - https://www.unicef.org/serbia/...s/eu-kids-online-report-launch
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