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  • Joining the Dots: International Conversations on Violence Against Women

    Events

    Joining the Dots: International Conversations on Violence Against Women

    27 Sep 2021

    Facilitated by our visiting Prof Purna Sen, we are running a webinar series from October – December 2021, which seeks to promote shared learning in efforts to end violence against women. About the Series Listening to and learning from each other in our work to

  • Celebration of the Movement Against Violence Against Women

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    Celebration of the Movement Against Violence Against Women

    10 Jun 2021

    We’re sad to let you know that we have had to postpone this event. We hope to hold the event later this year or early 2022, and will be in touch with an update soon.  Meanwhile however, A ‘SISTER’ EVENT, also A CELEBRATION OF THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE MOVEMENT AND THE LAUNCH OF THE NEW BOOK, WILL

  • A documentary, The 100 Women Challenge

    Events

    A documentary, The 100 Women Challenge

    13 Dec 2017

    A documentary on the 100 Women Challenge featuring Professor Liz Kelly, Director of London Met’s Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit has been broadcast by the BBC. The half hour documentary explores the concept of safer streets in London where

  • Liz Kelly presents the Corinna Seith Award 2016 at 18th WAVE Conference, Berlin

    Events Prizes and awards

    Liz Kelly presents the Corinna Seith Award 2016 at 18th WAVE Conference, Berlin

    13 Oct 2016

    CWASU Director Prof Liz Kelly and Prof Carol Hagemann-White (Osnabrück Univ.), presented the Corinna Seith Award 2016 to this year’s winner at the 18th WAVE (Women Against Violence Europe) conference – Step Up! Europe – Unite to end violence against women and their children, 19-21 October 2016, Berlin, Germany. WAVE

  • International Womens Day

    Events In the press

    International Womens Day

    8 Mar 2016

    On International Women’s Day, 8 March 2016, Prof Liz Kelly and Dr Maddy Coy of CWASU attended a reception at Downing Street to celebrate the ongoing work of many women’s organisations. Many of those attending are partners of CWASU in work to end violence against women.  Watch the video that was released

  • Susan Brison and Mona Eltahawy speak out at CWASU events

    Events

    Susan Brison and Mona Eltahawy speak out at CWASU events

    10 Dec 2015

    Two successful events with vibrant Q&A sessions hosted by CWASU in December 2015 Outliving Oneself: Surviving Sexual Violence: A conversation between Professor Susan Brison and Professor Liz Kelly Susan Brison is a US philosophy professor who wrote the critically important book Aftermath: Violence and the Remaking of a Self