About None in Three
Our name comes from the global statistic that 1 in 3 women and girls will experience some form of physical or sexual violence in their lifetime. This is not acceptable. Through our work we aim to make this none in three.
We currently work across four study countries: India, Jamaica, Uganda and the UK. In each country, local research teams have carried out face-to-face interviews with both the victims and perpetrators of gender-based violence (GBV).
In each country, our teams are focused on one specific aspect of GBV:
- Uganda – Sexual coercion in the context of child marriage
- Jamaica – Child sexual abuse
- India – Gender bias as an enabler of gender violence
- UK – Intimate partner violence in adolescent relationships
Using this knowledge, we are developing unique, culturally relevant computer games for each of our four study countries. These games are designed to change the attitudes of young people, supporting them to understand healthy relationships and issues around gender-based violence.