Month: April 2022

Inaugural Lecture: ‘Stronger Together: violence against women and girls is now a solo endeavour’

You are cordially invited to attend Professor Miranda Horvath’s inaugural lecture at the University of Suffolk  “Stronger Together: Ending violence against women and girls is now a solo endeavour”   Format: Face-to-face, in person. [The lecture will be recorded but not livestreamed].  Date: Wednesday 8th June 2022 Time: 18:00 – 19:30 (with refreshments from 17:30) Location: Waterfront Building, Neptune …

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Announcement from the VAWGRN Steering Committee about the network’s name:

Since its inception the network has been committed to providing an inclusive and supportive space for all its members. The Steering Committee has been having discussions for over a year about the goals of our network, one of which is to be an inclusive space for research and collaboration. We have discussed whether the name of …

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Priorities for Future Sexual Violence Research – Webinar invitation

I am a research assistant working with Dr Filippo Varese from the University of Manchester, on the Sexual Violence Priority Setting Partnership.I am contacting you as I hope the findings our project may be of interest to you. Since 2019, a team lead by sexual abuse survivors and professionals that work with them have been …

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IMproving Practice & supporting Survivors in Sexual Assault Referral Centres

Good afternoon,   We’re holding the following Improving Practice & Supporting Survivors in Sexual Assault Referral Centresvirtual conference that is likely to be of interest to your networks and contacts at The Violence Against Women and Girls Research Network.   Please can you share the conference details with your members and list on your website?  In …

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Northern Ireland Strategy on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls

Dear Research Network Members   The Northern Ireland Executive has launched work on a Strategy on Ending Violence Against Women and Girls (EVAWG) which it is intended will be evidence-based and co-designed. An initial Call for Views with the public has just closed and work is under way on an underpinning research strategy. We have …

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