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New university network: Children Challenging Sexual Violence

We are delighted to launch a new university network which supports the promotion of activities undertaken by universities around the world to challenge sexual violence against children, including curriculum development and delivery and research activities. The network, supported by Oak Foundation

New university network: Children Challenging Sexual Violence

We are delighted to launch a new university network which supports the promotion of activities undertaken by universities around the world to challenge sexual violence against children, including curriculum development and delivery and research activities. The network, supported by Oak Foundation

University engagement with children, young people and communities to challenge sexual violence against children

We are aiming to build a supportive community of academics (researchers, teachers and students) working to promote child centred, participatory and right’s based approaches to challenging sexual violence. Part of this initiative is building connections between universities and other researchers working

University engagement with children, young people and communities to challenge sexual violence against children

We are aiming to build a supportive community of academics (researchers, teachers and students) working to promote child centred, participatory and right’s based approaches to challenging sexual violence. Part of this initiative is building connections between universities and other researchers working

International evidence on involving young people in participatory research on sexual violence

Involving children and young people in participatory research on sensitive topics is a challenge for many researchers. This is particularly true when research engages children and young people beyond ‘research subjects’, for instance, as co-researchers in a collaborative study. In

International evidence on involving young people in participatory research on sexual violence

Involving children and young people in participatory research on sensitive topics is a challenge for many researchers. This is particularly true when research engages children and young people beyond ‘research subjects’, for instance, as co-researchers in a collaborative study. In

Call for evidence on peer interventions

As part of the Our Voices Too project, we are coordinating a research study exploring peer interventions with young people who have experienced sexual violence. We are seeking your assistance and would be grateful if you could forward us information about documents

Call for evidence on peer interventions

As part of the Our Voices Too project, we are coordinating a research study exploring peer interventions with young people who have experienced sexual violence. We are seeking your assistance and would be grateful if you could forward us information about documents

Exciting next steps for our Contextual Safeguarding programme!

Since its first publication in 2015, the theory of Contextual Safeguarding has been increasingly drawn upon to review and advance the approach taken to safeguarding adolescents in the UK and internationally. It has been used by a range of areas

Exciting next steps for our Contextual Safeguarding programme!

Since its first publication in 2015, the theory of Contextual Safeguarding has been increasingly drawn upon to review and advance the approach taken to safeguarding adolescents in the UK and internationally. It has been used by a range of areas

Involving young people in research : a young researcher shares her experience of presenting at a BASPCAN conference

  Abbie Rodgers is a member of our Young Researchers’ Advisory Panel. In this blog, Abbie shares her experience of presenting at a BASPCAN conference on the importance of involving young people in research and the possible benefits and limitations of this. This blog was originally

Involving young people in research : a young researcher shares her experience of presenting at a BASPCAN conference

  Abbie Rodgers is a member of our Young Researchers’ Advisory Panel. In this blog, Abbie shares her experience of presenting at a BASPCAN conference on the importance of involving young people in research and the possible benefits and limitations of this. This blog was originally

We’re going to BASPCAN congress

If you’re planning to attend the BASPCAN Congress in Warwick on 8th – 11th April, why not come along to some of the sessions being run by International Centre staff. All our papers are being presented on Monday 9th April.

We’re going to BASPCAN congress

If you’re planning to attend the BASPCAN Congress in Warwick on 8th – 11th April, why not come along to some of the sessions being run by International Centre staff. All our papers are being presented on Monday 9th April.

Spring 2018 IC Newsletter

Our Spring 2018 newsletter is now available to read, and has been sent to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter keeps you updated on

Spring 2018 IC Newsletter

Our Spring 2018 newsletter is now available to read, and has been sent to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter keeps you updated on

Four new evidence and policy briefings

In November we published the final evaluation report of the Alexi Project ‘Hub and Spoke’ programme of CSE service development. Funded by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders Network, the programme was a phased expansion of specialist voluntary sector CSE services

Four new evidence and policy briefings

In November we published the final evaluation report of the Alexi Project ‘Hub and Spoke’ programme of CSE service development. Funded by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders Network, the programme was a phased expansion of specialist voluntary sector CSE services

Contextual Safeguarding in new government guidance for schools

Last week the Department of Education published a revised version of Keeping Children Safe in Education, which is open for consultation until 22 February 2018. Alongside this, they also published a new guidance document:  ‘Sexual violence and sexual harassment between

Contextual Safeguarding in new government guidance for schools

Last week the Department of Education published a revised version of Keeping Children Safe in Education, which is open for consultation until 22 February 2018. Alongside this, they also published a new guidance document:  ‘Sexual violence and sexual harassment between