Category Archives: Dissemination

The Alexi Project Final Report: Effective partnerships between voluntary and statutory agencies responding to CSE

Dr Lucie Shuker highlights some key findings from the Alexi Project ‘Hub and Spoke’ evaluation report, published today – focusing on some of the learning that can be applied within voluntary/statutory partnerships. Lucie is the policy and dissemination lead within

The Alexi Project Final Report: Effective partnerships between voluntary and statutory agencies responding to CSE

Dr Lucie Shuker highlights some key findings from the Alexi Project ‘Hub and Spoke’ evaluation report, published today – focusing on some of the learning that can be applied within voluntary/statutory partnerships. Lucie is the policy and dissemination lead within

Book onto the ‘Being Heard’ webinar: Friday 1st December

JOIN OUR WEBINAR ON ‘Being Heard’: Involving Children and Young People in Participatory Research on Sexual Violence: Challenges and Approaches 1 December 2017 9am GMT/10am CET The ‘Being Heard’ project, a collaboration between the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) and

Book onto the ‘Being Heard’ webinar: Friday 1st December

JOIN OUR WEBINAR ON ‘Being Heard’: Involving Children and Young People in Participatory Research on Sexual Violence: Challenges and Approaches 1 December 2017 9am GMT/10am CET The ‘Being Heard’ project, a collaboration between the Sexual Violence Research Initiative (SVRI) and

SVRI 2017: making the case for involving young people in research on sexual violence

In September, two members of our Young Researchers Advisory Panel (YRAP) attended an international sexual violence conference in Brazil, together with three International Centre staff. Here one of them, Kirsche Walker, shares some reflections on her experience. My experience of

SVRI 2017: making the case for involving young people in research on sexual violence

In September, two members of our Young Researchers Advisory Panel (YRAP) attended an international sexual violence conference in Brazil, together with three International Centre staff. Here one of them, Kirsche Walker, shares some reflections on her experience. My experience of

New resource launched – comic postcards with 10 key principles of working with young people affected by CSE

This week is the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences – an annual event that encourages social researchers to find creative ways to engage with new audiences. We’ve taken part in the festival twice before, a reflection of our commitment to

New resource launched – comic postcards with 10 key principles of working with young people affected by CSE

This week is the ESRC Festival of Social Sciences – an annual event that encourages social researchers to find creative ways to engage with new audiences. We’ve taken part in the festival twice before, a reflection of our commitment to

An effective local public health response to child sexual exploitation

Today sees the launch of a two part resource for local public health leaders outlining how public health can support prevention and intervention of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Part one of the resource is a framework designed by Public Health

An effective local public health response to child sexual exploitation

Today sees the launch of a two part resource for local public health leaders outlining how public health can support prevention and intervention of child sexual exploitation (CSE). Part one of the resource is a framework designed by Public Health

It’s the small things

Claire Cody is a Research Fellow working on the Our Voices Programme of work. In this blog she shares her reflections from working on a global report exploring recovery and reintegration. Over the last few months I have been working

It’s the small things

Claire Cody is a Research Fellow working on the Our Voices Programme of work. In this blog she shares her reflections from working on a global report exploring recovery and reintegration. Over the last few months I have been working

International Centre Spring 2017 Newsletter

Last week we circulated our first newsletter to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter will keep you updated on new work, our latest

International Centre Spring 2017 Newsletter

Last week we circulated our first newsletter to everyone on the International Centre mailing list.  if you are not yet on our mailing list you can sign up here. The newsletter will keep you updated on new work, our latest

Research Summary Slide Pack – Edition 2.

Today we publish the second edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 30 pieces of work. These slides provide you with an overview of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the key themes

Research Summary Slide Pack – Edition 2.

Today we publish the second edition of our ‘Research Summary Slide Pack’, condensing headline findings from 30 pieces of work. These slides provide you with an overview of the work we have undertaken, as well as some of the key themes

Marginal Gains Poster: Small steps that make a big difference for improving police responses to CSE

“The police are there to keep us safe, not to manipulate or intimidate us. Respect me and I’ll respect you” * Since 2015, staff in ‘The International Centre’ have been running the CSE and Policing Knowledge Hub, with the aim

Marginal Gains Poster: Small steps that make a big difference for improving police responses to CSE

“The police are there to keep us safe, not to manipulate or intimidate us. Respect me and I’ll respect you” * Since 2015, staff in ‘The International Centre’ have been running the CSE and Policing Knowledge Hub, with the aim

Launch of the Contextual Safeguarding Audit Toolkit

This week Dr Jenny Lloyd introduces a new resource available for local areas to understand and develop responses to peer-on-peer abuse.  We are pleased to announce the launch of the Contextual Safeguarding Audit Toolkit. The toolkit will support local areas

Launch of the Contextual Safeguarding Audit Toolkit

This week Dr Jenny Lloyd introduces a new resource available for local areas to understand and develop responses to peer-on-peer abuse.  We are pleased to announce the launch of the Contextual Safeguarding Audit Toolkit. The toolkit will support local areas