Our approach to preventing gender-based violence through research and educational interventions is strengthened by a ‘systems model’ approach. Gender-based violence is a societal issue. In order to support victims and prevent future violence, we must engage with a range of organisations, to maximise our work’s potential to prevent violence and improve lives.
We work with existing survivor support networks and charities; reach out to policy makers and influencers to share our findings; and collaborate with educators to share our gaming interventions, enabling them to help as many young people as possible.
We are grateful for the support and cooperation of organisations who share our goals, both globally and within each of our study countries. We are always interested to meet like-minded organisations, explore opportunities for collaboration and extending Ni3’s reach and impact. To find out more visit our support us page or complete this short form and we will be in touch as soon as possible.
We are proud to work with the following organisations whose global presence is helping us to make a real difference in the worldwide struggle against gender-based violence.
The Commonwealth Secretariat
The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 independent and equal countries. It is home to 2.4 billion people, and includes both advanced economies and developing countries. Members of the Commonwealth work together to promote prosperity, democracy and peace, amplify the voice of small states, and protect the environment.
There is close alignment in the Commonwealth’s goals relating to improving lives through gender equality and youth opportunity, with None in Three’s work. As such, the Commonwealth Secretariat has contributed messages of support for our research reports and provides an important avenue for disseminating our findings across the 54 countries of the Commonwealth.
EU Delegation to the Caribbean
Between March 2016 and February 2018, None in Three delivered a project in Barbados and Grenada funded by the Delegation of the European Union to Barbados, The Eastern Caribbean States, the OECS and Caricom/Cariforum. This ground-breaking research project included the creation of our first pro-social computer game, Jesse. Its success laid the foundations and established the model for our current research work in India, Jamaica, Uganda and the UK.
“None in Three” has left a truly remarkable list of achievements and legacies – most notably the project’s centrepiece: “JESSE”, the pro-social computer game that is set in the Caribbean. By exploring the situation of an abusive relationship from the perspectives of different characters and how they are dealing with the situation in different ways, and by forcing players to make a choice what they will do about the situation, it teaches young people about domestic violence and increases their empathy.
The project’s cutting-edge public outreach activities, including a dedicated project website and 90 You Tube films, were outstanding and unparalleled among comparable EU-funded projects, including those with a much larger budget.
– Extract from European Commission testimonial
Please note, views expressed by and organisational values of our supporters are not necessarily shared by None in Three.