Free tickets for the first VAWGRN webinar of 2021 now available

The 2021 VAWGRN webinars will take place on the first Thursday of every month (except August), from 10.30 – 11.30am BST. Starting on Thursday 6th May 2021. The first webinar “Holding Things in Tension While Researching Violence Against Women & Girls” features an incredible panel including Fiona Vera-Gray (Durham University), Ava Kanyeredzi (University of East …

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Can you help? PhD research project focusing on understanding the challenges experienced by women from the minority ethnic communities in the UK during the pandemic, especially in their home lives and intimate partner relationships

My name is Ankita Mishra (amishra1@sheffield.ac.uk)and I am a PhD researcher in the Department of Psychology at the University of Sheffield. My PhD research project focuses on understanding the challenges experienced by women from the minority ethnic communities in the UK during the pandemic, especially in their home lives and intimate partner relationships. I strongly believe that …

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Job Opportunites at Imkaan

Imkaan is recruiting for the following posts. The closing date is Friday 9th April by 5:00 pm and interviews will be taking place on Friday 23rd April 2021:  Database Coordinator (Part Time – 36 months) Salary: £28,444 – £33,444 Gross (pro rata) (download application pack) 2x Policy Coordinator (Full Time – 36 months) Salary: £31,794 Gross (download application pack) …

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Journal of Gender-Based Violence Special Issue on the Covid pandemic and GBV

The Journal of Gender-Based Violence are planning a Special Issue on the Covid Pandemic and GBV to be published in 2022. We are interested in research articles from different disciplines and countries looking at impacts of the pandemic on GBV survivors, on perpetrator behaviours, on services and institutional responses, as well as wider concerns. We …

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Gender, (COVID-19) and health sector in Yemen

Aref Abdulrazaq Ahmed kindly shared a new paper – Gender, (COVID-19) and health sector in Yemen; From Gender Mainstreaming into Structural Transformation – This paper presents the main gender issues that have been impacted by the implication of COVID-19 crisis on women and girls in Yemen and is available on the Resources page.

JOB OPPORTUNITY: Research Fellow (351349) University of Strathclyde

Network member Jane Scoular has shared this amazing job opportunity for a Research Fellow at the University of Strathclyde. This research post is to be the lead researcher on the ESRC project Understanding Sexual Violence in Sex Working Populations: Law, Legal Consciousness and Legal Practice in Four Countries. The deadline for applications is the 4th …

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The Connect Centre for International Research on Interpersonal Violence and Harm at the University of Central Lancashire is advertising the position of Reader in the Prevention of Interpersonal Violence.

The Connect Centre for International Research on Interpersonal Violence and Harm at the University of Central Lancashire is advertising the position of Reader in the Prevention of Interpersonal Violence.  This is an exciting opportunity to join a lively and collegiate team of researchers working on a range of studies in the fields of child protection, …

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Funded PhD opportunity – An innovative digital intervention to promote resilience within informal networks of survivors of sexual violence: A feasibility study

Grace Carter at Coventry University is inviting applications from suitably qualified graduates for a fully-funded PhD studentship to undertake a doctoral study that will develop and test a digital intervention for informal networks of survivors of sexual violence and abuse to improve their resilience and coping skills whilst safely supporting victims. The deadline is 22nd March 2021. Click here …

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