Young people's views on their role in sexual violence prevention efforts

Date of webinar: 
18 Nov 2015
Start and finish time of webinar: 
12.00 pm CET
Lecturer: 
Claire Cody

Claire Cody

Organisation/Provider/Organiser: 
University of Bedfordshire – the International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation
Our Voices Project

The webinar will take place on the 18th November at 11am UK time to mark the first European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.

During the webinar Claire Cody from the International Centre: Researching Child Sexual Exploitation, Violence and Trafficking at the University of Bedfordshire will share findings from a series of consultations with children and young people affected by sexual violence in Albania, Bulgaria and England. The webinar will share the ways that young people felt they or other young people could get involved in sexual violence prevention efforts. The webinar will also touch on advice that young people shared in relation to what might help or hinder young people from getting involved in sexual violence prevention efforts, considering the perceived risks and dangers as reported by young people.

To register for this webinar, and receive joining instructions, please email Samantha Wilson at samantha.wilson@beds.ac.uk

 

About the presenter:

Claire Cody is a Research Fellow at the University of Bedfordshire. Claire coordinates the ‘Our Voices’ project which promotes the involvement of children and young people in sexual violence prevention efforts in Europe.
Claire is also on the steering committee for an international project, the RISE Learning Network, which aims to promote learning on recovery and reintegration from child sexual exploitation. Claire’s previous role as Oak
Fellow, focused on the responses to children affected by sexual exploitation and related trafficking (www.childrecovery.info). Prior to this, Claire worked as a researcher at Plan's International Headquarters. Claire
is currently doing doctoral research exploring how young people affected by child sexual exploitation experience group arts-based interventions.

 

 

Language(s) of the materials: 
English

This project is funded by: