Supporting Survivors of Sexual Violence in Universities – learning from pan-European practice
The #USVreact project European one-day Findings Conference took place in London on Thursday the 9th of November 2017 at Rich Mix.
Print the conference programme from here.
Speakers’ Biographies here.
You can read an extract from the final project report here.
Download the conference flyer here.
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Here the full programme with all available power points:
Morning focus: Supporting sexual violence survivors and changing campus culture
10:00-10:15 Welcome and introduction to the day and the USVreact project
Dr. Pam Alldred (Brunel University London, UK)
10:15-11:15 Conference Panel: Good practice in supporting students disclosing sexual violence
Chair: Pam Alldred (Brunel, UK)
11:45-12:45 Interactive Panel: Changing campus cultures to support equality and prevent violence.
Chair: Anne Chappell (Brunel, UK)
Afternoon focus: Sharing learning from USVreact project
2:00-3:00 Keynote panel: How different national, cultural and institutional contexts
frame sexual violence and disclosure.
USVreact partners present their country context and share their experiences.
Chair: Jokin Azpiazu (UPV/EHU, Spain).
3:15- 4:30 Workshop sessions: New training models for university staff: What worked for us.
Interactive sessions sharing the learning from the local USVreact interventions.
Run as 4 separate workshops in world cafe style and by language affinity
- Sharing experiences from Greece: Matina Papagiannopoulou (Panteion)
- Sharing experiences from Italy: Mara Martini (UNITO)
- Sharing experiences from Spain: Jokin Azpiazu (UPV/EHU)
- Sharing experiences from the UK: Anne Chappell and Charlotte Jones (Brunel)
4:30-5:30 Plenary: What have we learned today?
Alison Phipps (Sussex, UK) and Pam Alldred (Brunel, UK)