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Sexual violence in Greek universities: politics of disclosure, interventions and institutional change

March 12th, 2018|Project news, Publications|

Zavos, Alexandra, "Sexual violence in Greek universities: politics of disclosure, interventions and institutional change”, Special Issue "Sex and Power in the University", Annual Review of Critical Psychology, forthcoming. Introduction: In this paper, I discuss different interventions against sexual violence in higher education in Greece, drawing on the experience of setting up, for the first time, a [...]

DIY: Towards feminist methodological practices in social research

February 13th, 2018|News, Publications|

by Biglia and Bonet i Martí (2017) Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 13 The objective of this article is to reflect on the potential for creating subversive scientific discourses through the application of feminist research methodology and its posterior diffraction. We start out from our collective experiences within the framework of SIMReF, which includes our [...]

Lost in Translation? Comparative and International Work on Gender-Related Violence

December 21st, 2017|Project news, Publications|

The Routledge Handbook of Gender and Violence, edited by Nancy Lombard (2018) Chapter 18: Lost in Translation? Comparative and International Work on Gender-Related Violence by gigi guizzo, Pam Alldred and Mireia Foradada-Villar INTRO It is generally agreed that research across countries, with different cultural and/or language contexts, brings difficulties of translation, meaning here both the literal linguistic translation [...]

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

July 13th, 2017|News, Project news, Publications, USVreact Material|

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  

Gender-Related Violence and Young People

May 18th, 2017|Publications|

Gender-Related Violence and Young People: An Overview of Italian, Irish, Spanish, UK and EU Legislation by Pam Alldred and Barbara Biglia Senior Lecturer, Brunel University London, London, UK Agregada interina, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Tarragona, Spain CHILDREN & SOCIETY VOLUME 29, (2015) pp. 662–675 DOI:10.1111/chso.12141 Do laws regarding violence against or sexual exploitation of young people recognize [...]