Day: 1 December 2021

CAMPAIGN EVENT: Hear from survivors, MPs and experts tomorrow

Online Safety campaign CAMPAIGN EVENT: Hear from survivors, MPs and experts tomorrow   Join us from 1pm tomorrow for the launch of the VAWG Principles for the Online Safety Bill, produced with colleagues and experts from across the VAWG sector. We’ll be hearing about why the Bill must address online violence against women and girls and we …

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NEW CAMPAIGN: Include women and girls in online safety law

NEW CAMPAIGN: Include women and girls in online safety law   From EVAW: ‘Today we’ve launched a new campaign with Glitch, urging the government to include women and girls in new online safety law. The government’s “world-leading” Online Safety Bill will give social media companies and tech platforms a duty of care to their users. But in its …

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CALL FOR PAPERS

(Re)Connecting  on Gender-Based Violence  Call for PAPERs We seek papers (of around 20 mins in length + 10 mins for questions) from the frontiers of GBV scholarship, with particular attention to silenced/marginalised voices (both in terms of researchers and those whose lives we research), and on building alternative ways of addressing GBV in different contexts. …

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Crowdfunding for migrant/asylum/refugee women and children, victims of violence and abuse who have no recourse to public funds!

Weʼre raising £12,000 to support migrant/asylum/refugee women and children, victims of violence and abuse who have no recourse to public funds Cases we are supporting “Amara” was told by social services that she and her young daughter could simply live at the opposite side of the same house to her abusive husband when she reported domestic abuse. Social …

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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS: Uneasy bedfellows and unintended consequences: Gendered violence, the family, and the state

Submission deadline: 5 January 2022 All abstracts and enquiries to: k.allen3@uos.ac.uk The Domestic Abuse Research Network (DARNet) is delighted to be hosting a virtual conference on policy responses to gendered violence, which will take place on 15 March 2022. The event is supported by the Social Policy Association. Context and themes Since the (re)discovery of violence against women …

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Postgraduate Research Assistant – Project Bluestone (Fixed-Term, x2 Positions Available)

Applications are invited for a Post Doctoral Research Assistant to work on Project Bluestone. Project Bluestone (NOTE – the operational name for this project is Operation Soteria) was created as a way of using administrative police data to identify challenges, good practice, and areas for improvement in the way that Rape and Serious Sexual Offences …

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