Report on the multi-level analysis and integrated dataset

Anne Laure Humbert, Nicole Ovesen, Angelica Simonsson, Sofia Strid, Jeff Hearn, Averil Huck, Zuzana Andreska, Marcela Linková, Vilana Pilinkaitė Sotirovič, Giedrė Blažytė, Bruna Pereira

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This report provides a synthetic analysis of the different strands of evidence collected within the UniSAFE project. It relies on a multi-level study of the knowledge created within the project on the prevalence, determinants and consequences of gender-based violence in research performing organisations (RPOs), particularly within the remit of the 7P model.

The report starts by a summary of the theoretical considerations underpinning the analysis, and notably making the case that it is necessary to understand the prevalence and consequences of gender-based violence both intersectionally and in context, in order to combat, and ultimately seek to eradicate gender-based violence. This is followed by a detailed account of the methodological approach taken, and how the different strands of knowledge from the project were integrated and analysed.

The results section consists of three parts: Part I, a descriptive analysis of the sample, including prevalence and consequences of gender-based violence; Part II, an intersectional quantitative analysis of the prevalence and consequences of gender-based violence; and Part III, a quantitative analysis of the effects of national and organisational characteristics.
In all three parts, the results of the quantitative analysis are supplemented by insights gained through the qualitative work undertaken through in-depth interviews and case studies of institutional measures. The report concludes with a short summary and discussion of the overall results of the synthesis multi-level analysis.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages158
Publication statusPublished - 26 Jan 2023
Externally publishedYes

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