Free Webinar: Addressing domestic violence in religious communities

Network member Romina Istratii will be hosting a free webinar which aims to examine current approaches to domestic violence in religious communities from around the world to explore their contributions and to identify directions for the future. A main objective is to examine past and current approaches with reflexivity to the limitation of western understandings …

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Lecturing opportunities at the University of Bristol

Network member Marianne Hester has circulated these two fantastic opportunities at the University of Bristol – please apply if they’re right for you and distribute them to your networks: Lecturer in Criminology with expertise in gender violence – more info here Lecturer in Social/Public Policy with expertise in digital regulation, digital governance, or digital era …

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UNDERSTANDING DOMESTIC ABUSE WITHIN THE ARMED FORCES COMMUNITY – Online Conference 7th October 2020

On-line conference on October 7th 2020 – via MS Live Events Wednesday 7th October 2020 10am – 1pm Book your place using the link in the flyer available here. The aim of this Forces in Mind Trust (FiMT) funded conference is to share insights from new research undertaken within the Armed Forces community into domestic …

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Request for help with research – Are you a lawyer, judge, police officer, social worker, teacher or correctional officer?

Are you a lawyer, judge, police officer, social worker, teacher or correctional officer?If you are a professional who has regular contact with rape victims through the course of your work, it would be incredibly valuable for my research if you could please spare 5-10 minutes to complete this survey, “Your Beliefs about Abuse”. (Please note …

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