Social Norms Research Workshop – Oxfam in Sri Lanka
On Monday, 27th August, Oxfam in Sri Lanka held a research design and social norms learning workshop to share the research design and tools for feedback with different organisations and partners. The workshop was conducted by OGB Senior Researcher Anam Parvez and local research consultant, Sharanya Sekeram, and was attended by 23 participants, representing a range of organisations working on gender-based violence. All the partners provided feedback on the research tools and questions developed by Oxfam for the formative research phase of the Enough campaign. Oxfam was able to get commitments from partners to support the research team in their respective localities, and also to be engaged throughout the process.
Partipants brainstorm over how to best address aspects of the 'Tool Box' presented as part of the research mechanism.
Faciliatators, OGB Senior Researcher Anam Parvez and local research consultant, Sharanya Sekeram, explaining the context in which the research is being carried out, gender norms in Sri Lanka and issues related to public transportation and safety in the local context.
An enthralled audience, reacting to international campaign videos from other Enough campaigns carried out globally.
Oxfam in Sri Lanka is working with partners in knowledge-sharing to strengthen our approach to the pressing issues of GBV on public transport.