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Manahil Siddiqi


Manahil Siddiqi is a global health research scientist dedicated to building the evidence base on child marriage, gender-based violence and child health and rights, and translating this evidence into well-informed programmes and policies around the world. Manahil has led high-profile research, programmatic and policy work on adolescent health for various international agencies including the World Health Organization. Manahil brings technical expertise in global monitoring, impact evaluation, and evidence synthesis and analysis. As a full-time consultant at UNICEF Office of Research-Innocenti, Manahil supports the design of robust and relevant research, evidence synthesis, and knowledge dissemination around child protection issues including violence against children and child marriage. Manahil holds a Clinical Faculty position at the University of Washington School of Public Health, where she received her Masters in Global Health.


Intersections between Violence Against Children and Women - Prevention and Response
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Intersections between Violence Against Children and Women - Prevention and Response

19 October 2021 - The second event in the 2021 Solutions Summit Series Together to #ENDviolence series aims to share evidence and foster discussion on intersections between violence against women and violence against children, highlighting synergies opportunities for greater collaboration and opportunities for moving towards implementation to build knowledge and translate it into policy and programs.  
Evidence Matters
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Evidence Matters

14 September 2021 - This event aims to share information and advance understanding of the growing body of evidence on violence against children (VAC) prevention and response. The event will bring together researchers, practitioners and policymakers, providing a forum to reflect on the current state of the evidence, the role of evidence in driving action to end VAC, and the opportunities that lie ahead.