Baseline study: Report on VAW and its reporting system in Philippines
In the advancement of technology in recent years, gates opened to greater possibilities from data access, promotion of new ideas to connecting people across the globe. At the same time, technology has also affected people in both positive and negative ways.
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Preliminary talks with government agencies tasked to collect data on VAW like the PNP, NBI, and PCW pointed out the lack of guidelines and indicators on how to document technology-related cases of violence against women. The data and information that will be collected for this study will also update about the current state and trends in VAW cases.
This baseline research basically aims to:
• Determine the state of VAW by getting the current statistics.
• Identify the forms of violence against women and including technology-related ones (if there were any reported).
• Study the reporting methods of VAW cases of government agencies and CSOs with direct services.
• With the data collected, craft a draft guidelines and protocols for the inclusion of technology-related VAW in the report, documentation and statistics.
By answering the following questions:
1. What is the comparison of VAW statistics starting 1998 until today?
2. What is the process of VAW reporting today? Has it changed in the last 10 years? How are the VAW data/statistics collected?
3. What is the role of technology in the current state of VAW?
4. What are the possible processes, possible steps to take, on how to incorporate technology-related VAW in the tech-VAW data gathering of government agencies?
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