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Helpline directory – Stop violence against women!

September 14th, 2017|External news, Links (external info and resources), News|

The following is a table of the national women’s helplines available in 46 European countries. If there is no national helpline, a regional or general helpline is listed (these countries are marked with a *). The list has been published by the NON.NO.NEIN. campaign that is being carried out by the European Commission with the [...]

An example of good practice: Respectful and Responsible online module

September 12th, 2017|External news, News|

The Australian Monash University has developed, in cooperation with student organizations and other authorities, an online educational module called Respectful and Responsible. Since the University is committed to eliminating sexual assault, harassment and interpersonal violence from the community, the Respectful and Responsible module has been developed in order to foster healthy and mutually respectful relationships, [...]

Join the two-day training course on supporting RAS women who have experienced sexual violence

September 12th, 2017|News|

The Centre for Gender and Violence Research at the University of Bristol is running a new expert training course on supporting refugee and asylum-seeking (RAS) women who have experienced sexual violence.  The training will take place on 2nd & 3rd October in Bristol and will be entirely free (funded by the EU). There are 20 available places. It is aimed at practitioners in a range [...]

USVreact team co-ellaborating the new protocol against gender-based violence in the UPV/EHU

September 10th, 2017|News, Project news|

  The Basque Country #USVreact team has been busy in the last months participating in the ongoing process of re-defining the UPV/EHU protocol against gender-related violence. Answering the call by the Equality Office, a group of people representing unions, groups and other organisations as well as individuals from inside and outside of the university has [...]

21-22 September: Conference in Turin

August 31st, 2017|News, Project news|

ON GENDER. Identity and evolving stereotypes? National Conference on Social Psychology on gender issues. On September 21 and 22, there will be the occasion to hear about the USVreact project progress in Italy, and many other interesting communications. The event will take place at the Department of Psychology, UNITO, via Verdi 10, Torino. + info 

Today at ESA 2017: Sexual Violence – Policies and Narratives

August 31st, 2017|News, Project news|

We are very excited to be represented by Panteion and Brunel colleagues at the ESA 2017! 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association (Un)Making Europe: Capitalism, Solidarities, Subjectivities Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. - 01 Sept. 2017 Sexual Violence: Policies and Narratives (Session of presentations) Session Chair: Dr Pam Alldred, Brunel University LondonThursday, 31st August 2017 Time: 9:00am [...]

Participate in a two-day workshop: Managing, Researching, and Enabling Respectful Sexual Conduct in Higher Education

August 3rd, 2017|News|

"It is time to take stock, learn from the past and plan for the future. In this two-day workshop, we’ll be looking at the ways these often violent, non-consensual sexual relations have been managed, researched and at what has been and can be done to enable consensual sexual relations in the academy. The goal is [...]

USVreact campaign badges/stickers are now available

July 25th, 2017|News, USVreact Material|

Do you care, listen and support #USVreact? Say it with a badge or a sticker and join us to raise awareness at your university! You can duplicate, distribute, use the badges/stickers for infinite possibilities! Here is the link → https://www.flickr.com/photos/makingprojects/albums/72157686386463685  

Talk available “USV React: a feminist approach to the issue of sexual violences at university”

July 13th, 2017|News, Project news|

Barbara Biglia, coordinator of the catalan team, presents the project #USVreact in Coimbra (Portugal), 31.01.2017. A reflection, among other things, on the interpretive paradigm of the sexual violences that supports the project and its relation with the pedagogic vision and the social intervention that is proposed in the trainings. http://saladeimprensa.ces.uc.pt/index.php?col=canalces&id=17103#.WXcvMiOLRaF   http://saladeimprensa.ces.uc.pt/ficheiros/canalces/17103_31_01_Barbara_Biglia.mp4  

First pilot test at the UAB (PA of the project) of the training Sexual Violence at the University: recognizing, accompanying and rethinking response strategies addressed to students.

July 6th, 2017|News, Project news|

On June 27th and 28th, the Observatory for Equality and the UAB Community Involvement Unit carried out a pilot test of the course Sexual Violence at the University: recognizing, accompanying and rethinking strategies of response consisting of a 10-hour training course at 13 UAB students. People who have received the course have a reference role for [...]