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VACCC - How does Violence against Children intersect with Climate Change?
VACCC - How does Violence Against Children (VAC) intersect with Climate Change (CC)?) is an initial pilot study funded by UCL Grand Challenges. The project seeks to provide insights on how the disruption of ecosystems (human-induced and due to climate change), affect children’s exposure to and experience of violence (physical, emotional, sexual, structural and repressive) in LLMICs (Low- and Low-Middle Income Countries). It centralizes local perspectives of VAC in LLMICs affected by CC and investigates how CC disadvantages children in LLMICs through increased violence exposure. PI: Dr. Simone Datzberger; Co-PI: Dr. Sonja Ayeb-Karlsson; Mentor: Prof. Jenny Parkes; External Collaborator: Dr. Eddy J Walakira (Makerere University, Uganda)
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