Posts Tagged: International

What is the Our Voices Research and Practice Network and why do we need it?

This week Claire Cody writes about the launch of a new network that focuses on the ethics and value of participatory engagement with young people affected by sexual violence. This blog originally appeared on the Our Voices website and is re-posted

What is the Our Voices Research and Practice Network and why do we need it?

This week Claire Cody writes about the launch of a new network that focuses on the ethics and value of participatory engagement with young people affected by sexual violence. This blog originally appeared on the Our Voices website and is re-posted

How to discuss sexuality, sexual abuse and violence with young people

Dr Kate D’Arcy is a Senior Research Fellow in the International Centre. She works on a range of projects, including ‘The LEAP project’ – an EU funded project delivered by four specialist services that work with young people affected by

How to discuss sexuality, sexual abuse and violence with young people

Dr Kate D’Arcy is a Senior Research Fellow in the International Centre. She works on a range of projects, including ‘The LEAP project’ – an EU funded project delivered by four specialist services that work with young people affected by

Sweden and the UK – sharing perspectives in research

Ronny Heikki Tikkanen is Associate Professor and International Coordinator at the Department of Social Work in the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. In October 2016 the University of Gothenburg hosted a joint research symposium with the University of Bedfordshire focusing on the

Sweden and the UK – sharing perspectives in research

Ronny Heikki Tikkanen is Associate Professor and International Coordinator at the Department of Social Work in the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. In October 2016 the University of Gothenburg hosted a joint research symposium with the University of Bedfordshire focusing on the

What counts as ‘safe accommodation’ for children affected by CSE/trafficking?

This week Lucie Shuker reports on her presentation at the IFCO 2016 conference about an evaluation of specialist foster care for children affected by CSE and/or trafficking, and reflects on some of the key messages for the UK and further

What counts as ‘safe accommodation’ for children affected by CSE/trafficking?

This week Lucie Shuker reports on her presentation at the IFCO 2016 conference about an evaluation of specialist foster care for children affected by CSE and/or trafficking, and reflects on some of the key messages for the UK and further

Sofia, Bulgaria. Young rapporteurs get to grips with the Lanzarote Convention

A core aim of the International Centre is to develop and enhance opportunities for children and young people to meaningfully and ethically engage in, and influence, research, policy and practice. One way in which we hope to do this is

Sofia, Bulgaria. Young rapporteurs get to grips with the Lanzarote Convention

A core aim of the International Centre is to develop and enhance opportunities for children and young people to meaningfully and ethically engage in, and influence, research, policy and practice. One way in which we hope to do this is