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Thank you for attending our event last week and making it an inspiring day!

November 16th, 2017|News|

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01/12/17 Tarragona: Local Conference Connecting universities to face sexual violence: experiences and challenges

November 13th, 2017|Local events|

The next 1st of December, in Tarragona, will take place the local conference:  “Conecting universities to face sexual violence: experiences and challenges”, where we will close the las two years of work in the european project #usvreact. The objective of the local conference is to show the evidence of the project and to propose new [...]

Call for Papers: for New Perspectives in DV

November 13th, 2017|External news, News|

Research Topic titled "New Perspectives in Domestic Violence: from research to intervention" for Gender, Sex and Sexuality Studies (Frontiers in Psychology and Frontiers in Sociology). The aim of this Research Topic is to gather updated scientific and multidisciplinary contributions about issues linked to domestic violence, including intimate partner violence. We encourage contributions from a variety [...]

17/01/17 Brighton local conference: Responding to disclosures of sexual violence in institutional contexts

November 9th, 2017|Local events|

On 17th January, we will be hosting the local conference “Responding to disclosures of sexual violence in institutional contexts” at the University of Sussex to share our results and recommendations from the USVreact project. We are pleased to be hosting Dr Nina Burrowes, who will be delivering a keynote speech, as well as the Vice-Chancellors of [...]

26/01/17 Donosti (San Sebastián) local conference

November 8th, 2017|Local events|

Details about this local event will be posted on this page soon.  

Submit a paper on Schools Related Gender-based Violence

November 3rd, 2017|External news|

Schools related gender based violence (SRGBV) is identified as "acts of sexual, physical or psychological violence inflicted on children in and around schools because of stereotypes and roles or norms attributed to or expected of them because of their sex or gendered identity. The term also refers to the differences between girls’ and boys’ experience of [...]

Training to respond to sexual violence at european universities

November 2nd, 2017|Reports|

Extract from the Final Report of the USVreact Project (Training models) What follows is an extract from the final report of the project, yet to be published. This extract gives a brief overview of all seven training programmes and a summary of the content of each individual programme, all 'Supporting Disclosure in Different Contexts'. A comprehensive [...]

Meet the Gender Research Centre in Athens

October 17th, 2017|News, Project news|

Dr Pam Alldred met with the Rector of Panteion University, Professor Ismini Kristi who has helped to promote the USVreact project among staff of the university. In her office, she talked about how women students need to become aware of the challenges they will face like the possibility of Sexual Harassment and the glass ceiling. [...]

Join our video campaign

October 9th, 2017|News, Project news, USVreact Material|

Join our video campaign, and raise awareness about sexual violence issues in Universities. Share our social media video and join us on the 9th of November in London for our Conference: Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence in Universities – learning from pan-European practice  

Staff sexual misconduct in universities: pushing the agenda forward

September 26th, 2017|External news, News|

Australian Human Rights Commission has recently published a report on sexual harassment in Australian universities. Although after the first few days of media coverage the story appears to have died down, both on campus and off it, this is the crucial time to push the agenda forward. Dr Anna Bull of the 1752 Group, a UK-based research and lobby [...]