Miranda Horvath

Designing and evaluating culture-sensitive and faith-based domestic violence interventions: International experiences’

Webinar ‘Designing and evaluating culture-sensitive and faith-based domestic violence interventions: International experiences’, organised by project dldl/ድልድል  on 28 October  1:30PM UK time, 3:30PM Ethiopia/Eritrea time. The webinar will explore how domestic violence interventions can be assessed cross-culturally, with a special focus on interventions that are designed to be sensitive to religious traditions, faith and spirituality. …

Designing and evaluating culture-sensitive and faith-based domestic violence interventions: International experiences’ Read More »

PEER REVIEW TRAINING

Peer Review Training Do you research, or work in, Gender-Based Violence?  Do you want to learn more about the peer review process?     The Editorial team at the Journal of Gender-Based Violence (JGBV) are running online training for researchers, practitioners, and policy makers who are interested in reviewing for our Journal.  Tuesday 19 October 2021 …

PEER REVIEW TRAINING Read More »

Research Fellows Needed!

Work for the Violence and Society Centre at City, University of London! The UKRI/MRC/PRP has awarded £7m to a research Consortium on ‘Violence, health and society’ (2021-2026) led by Professor Sylvia Walby OBE, at the Violence and Society Centre, City, University of London. The Consortium includes partners in King’s College London, University College London, Lancaster …

Research Fellows Needed! Read More »

It’s time to flip the sexist script.

#FlipThesexistscript July 20th, @womensaid & @UoBrisSPS published new research, “Gendered experiences of justice and domestic abuse. Evidence for Policy and Practice”  looking at how sexism & misogyny impact on #DomesticAbuse.     PDF HERE Comment & Analysis

September Webinar Now Live!

2nd September 2021 – 12.00-1.00 BST   What Impact will the Police Crime Sentencing & Courts Bill have on Survivors?  Confirmed Speakers: Sita Bilani (King’s College London), Janey Starling (level up), Estelle Du Boulay (ROW) Chair: molly akhurst Click here to book tickets. 

Postdoctoral Opportunity at Birkbeck!

This is an exciting opportunity for an outstanding postdoctoral researcher to join the core team of the Wellcome Trust-funded Investigator Award on ‘Sexual Violence, Medicine, and Psychiatry’ or SHaME (Sexual Harms and Medical Encounters). Please find the Advert here.