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Training at URV (Catalonia)

January 9th, 2017|External news, News, Project news|

Training, entitled  "Sexual violence at the University: recognize, accompany and rethinking response strategies" will start at Rovira i Vigili University at the end of January 2017. Its main purpose is to increase the capacity of the University community for the protection of the rights of people affected by the sexual harassment/violence. The courses, completely free, are [...]

Australia Conference: Youth, Health and Practical Justice

December 26th, 2016|News, Project news|

Youth, Health and Practical Justice: An interdisciplinary conference, UTS, Sydney, Australia. 4-5th December 2016 Dr. Pam Alldred from Brunel University London, is traveling across Australia to present the #USVreact project and collect other experiences related to sexual violence and education. On the 4th of December she presented during the Sexual Ethics & Education stream [...]

Training in Athens

December 26th, 2016|News, Project news|

Training has started at Panteion University. The sessions take place at the Centre for Gender Studies, Department of Social Policy (http://www.genderstudies-panteion.gr/en/). Each cohort comprises 12-14 participants, and includes members of staff and students. The first couple of groups have completed two 4-hour sessions with senior trainers Dr. Matina Papagiannopoulou and Dr. Kiki Petroulaki. Training [...]

#USVreact Project Team Meeting at the Università degli Studi di Torino (10-11 Oct 2016)

November 7th, 2016|News, Project news|

In October took place the #USVreact project team meeting at the Università degli Studi di Torino in Turin,Italy. During the 2 days spent together all the participants shared research done, training plans and ideas about future dissemination actions. Partner finalized details about the training about to start at 7 Universities across Europe soon. The [...]

Students, Societies, Sexual Violence and Support

November 7th, 2016|News, Project news|

Pam Alldred and Anne Chappell from the Brunel University London #USVreact team have been invited to speak at the 'New Mediations of Feminist Sociology of Education' event at NUNN HALL, UCL INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION in a session entitled 'Feminist Challenges in Higher Education'. The paper they are presenting is 'Students, Societies, Sexual Violence and [...]

Statement from USVReact

October 21st, 2016|News, Project news|

Statement from USVReact and CHUCL projects on Universities UK task force report on violence against women, harassment and hate crime. We welcome the release of the Universities UK report today on violence against women, harassment and hate crime affecting university students. It is crucial that leading bodies in the sector put pressure on universities [...]

28 October 2016 – Critical Sexology seminar

October 11th, 2016|News, Project news|

A Collaborative Critical Sexology and Sex-Gen-in-the-South Seminar. Location: Room 2, Open University Camden, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London NW1 8NP Organized by Feona Attwood and Meg-John Barker Speakers: Jessica Ringrose and Emilie Lawrence: “From Misandry Memes to Calling Out Manspreading: How Social Media Feminist Humour is Challenging Sexism and Sexual Violence” Rachel O’Neill: [...]

#USVreact videos

September 13th, 2016|News, Project news|

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     Report and video about the #USVreact project created by [...]

The Catalan team participated in the International Congress “Social Justice in Times of Crisis and Hope. Young People, Well-being and the Politics of Education”

August 8th, 2016|News, Project news|

During the conference, organized by the RMIT University and the Lancaster University, that took place in Barcelona from 6 to 8 July 2016, Barbara Biglia and Sara Cagliero makes a presentation entitled "Protocolling as a (un)useful strategy to respond to gender violences within Universities: the Catalan case study". In the presentation they critically compared the [...]