I would place it on the universal prevention because it seeks to address issues for the wider community and not a select few. Also, it would fall in line with the mitigation and response where as the issues at hand are being responded to, plans are underway to mitigate the prevalence of GBV by addressing the root causes.
While consequences of VAW are more dangerous to an individual advancing to society, with a high VAW prevalence rate, anti-violence social norms will place more preventive practices in the whole community thus an UNIVERSAL PREVENTION activity on the prevention-to-response continuum.
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