Date of Graduation
Master of Arts in Human Rights Education (HRE)
School of Education
International and Multicultural Education (IME)
Dr. Monisha Bajaj
This study examines how gender ideologies contribute to violence in and around schools while looking through a peace research framework proposed by peace studies scholar Johan Galtung (1969). The study explores school-related gender-based violence (SRGBV) in three regions—the United States, India, and Central Africa—and highlights the universal and destructive nature of SRGBV as a serious obstacle to the right to education and achieving education for all.
In addition, the study examines three promising initiatives in the aforementioned regions that combat SRGBV. The aim of the study is to contribute to the dialogue of effective strategies for addressing SRGBV vis-à-vis gender ideologies in differing contexts. A workshop intended for U.S. educators and practitioners interested in learning about SRGBV, its manifestations, and activities for building awareness about SRGBV and human rights is included in the appendix.
James, Sabrina, "The Role of Gender and Education in the Perpetration and Prevention of School-related Gender-based Violence" (2015). Master's Theses. 126.