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Interventions against child abuse and violence against women: Ethics and culture in practice and policy
Responses to violence encounter complex intersections of power relations, rights, culture and ethics. This book offers perspectives from a four-country study of interventions on domestic violence, trafficking for sexual exploitation, physical child abuse and neglect.Read more
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16 Jul 2020
This course will introduce you to research on multiple forms of violence. It will cover different types of violence against women, as well as its prevalence and consequences. This will include research on intimate partner violence, rape and sexual assault, sexual harassment, sexual exploitation, female genital mutilation (FGM) and crimes
28 May 2019
Due to COVID-19 this short course will be delivered virtually. This course focuses on the sexual exploitation of children and young people in the UK and global contexts. Sessions cover: definitions and framings, methodological and ethical challenges of researching sexual exploitation, evidence and prevalence, abusers and coercers, policy and legislative approaches, and promising
24 Apr 2018
London Met’s Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit has published a report looking into prior historical discussions surrounding child sexual abuse.
MA in Woman and Child AbuseStudy with us!
This course will provide you with a comprehensive grounding in woman and child abuse studies, including theory, research, policy and practice.
Short Course: Sexual Exploitation of Children and Young PeopleStudy with us!
Reflecting the work of CWASU, our short courses focus on what we know about the different forms of abuse.