Posts Tagged: Participation

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

Applying theory to understand the potential of group work with young people affected by sexual violence

This week Claire Cody draws on theory from trauma studies and community development to frame the value of group work with children and young people affected by sexual violence. This blog post originally appeared on the Our Voices website.   As

Applying theory to understand the potential of group work with young people affected by sexual violence

This week Claire Cody draws on theory from trauma studies and community development to frame the value of group work with children and young people affected by sexual violence. This blog post originally appeared on the Our Voices website.   As

‘Everybody deserves a voice’ Closing the gap between policy and practice for children affected by CSE

This week Lucie Shuker, Zoe Cox and Kirsche Walker reflect on a recent event that looked at closing the gap’ between policy commitments to listen to young people affected by CSE, and practice on the ground. “People thought because (my

‘Everybody deserves a voice’ Closing the gap between policy and practice for children affected by CSE

This week Lucie Shuker, Zoe Cox and Kirsche Walker reflect on a recent event that looked at closing the gap’ between policy commitments to listen to young people affected by CSE, and practice on the ground. “People thought because (my

Strengthening participatory practice across Europe: resources  and updates from the LEAP project

Kate D’Arcy. Project coordinator The LEAP project is a European project which aims to support children and young people affected by sexual violence by strengthening and facilitating participatory practice. It is running from 2015-2017, and is part of a programme

Strengthening participatory practice across Europe: resources  and updates from the LEAP project

Kate D’Arcy. Project coordinator The LEAP project is a European project which aims to support children and young people affected by sexual violence by strengthening and facilitating participatory practice. It is running from 2015-2017, and is part of a programme

Making Noise: Children’s voices for positive change after sexual abuse

Camille Warrington writes about today’s launch of the ‘Making Noise’ report about the perspectives and views of children and young people affected by sexual abuse in the family environment. You might not think much of telling anyone, you might not

Making Noise: Children’s voices for positive change after sexual abuse

Camille Warrington writes about today’s launch of the ‘Making Noise’ report about the perspectives and views of children and young people affected by sexual abuse in the family environment. You might not think much of telling anyone, you might not

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

Making safe spaces to talk about unsafe relationships

Camille Warrington is participation lead for the International Centre. Watch the recording of a recent webinar presented by Camille in which she shares insights into participatory research with young people and explores good practice. The webinar is entitled ‘Making safe spaces to talk about unsafe relationships: Risks, ethics and

Making safe spaces to talk about unsafe relationships

Camille Warrington is participation lead for the International Centre. Watch the recording of a recent webinar presented by Camille in which she shares insights into participatory research with young people and explores good practice. The webinar is entitled ‘Making safe spaces to talk about unsafe relationships: Risks, ethics and

Young people’s participation in CSE services: messages from a scoping review

Isabelle Brodie is leading on the participation strand of the Alexi Project, an ambitious strategy developed by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders’ Alliance (CSEFA). In this post she reflects on some of the key issues emerging from a scoping review of the literature on participation and CSE which is published

Young people’s participation in CSE services: messages from a scoping review

Isabelle Brodie is leading on the participation strand of the Alexi Project, an ambitious strategy developed by the Child Sexual Exploitation Funders’ Alliance (CSEFA). In this post she reflects on some of the key issues emerging from a scoping review of the literature on participation and CSE which is published