We are delighted to announce that in July we will be hosting 4 webinars, details and links to Eventbrite to book tickets are provided below. The webinars will consist of 5-10 minute presentations and followed by Q&A’s and discussion time. The presentations will be recorded and uploaded to the website in due course.
Thursday 2nd July 2020 @ 10:30-11:30
The emotional cost of ending violence against women and girls: How can researchers, practitioners, and activists avoid burnout?
Speakers: Emma Williamson, University of Bristol; Kristina Massey, Canterbury Christchurch; Helen Beckett, University of Bedfordshire
Thursday 9th July 2020 @ 10:00-11:00
Criminal justice responses to rape: Bridging the gap between academic critique and front-line practitioners
Speakers: Sarah Crew and Lorett Spierenbury, Rape Policy Leads for the National Police Chiefs Council; Tammi Walker, Teeside University, TBC
Wednesday 15th July 2020 @ 10:00-11:00
Responding to the rise in domestic abuse: who, where and why.
Speakers: Ruth Weir, University of Essex; Nicky Lambert, Middlesex University; Rachel Robbins, University of Central Lancashire
Chair: Ruth Weir, University of Essex
Thursday 16th July 2020 @ 10:00-11:00
COVID-19 and support services for victim-survivors: The impacts and implications for the front-line violence against women & girls sector
Speakers: Rosie Lewis, Angelou Centre Newcastle; TBC, TBC