Short Courses on Violence Against Women and Researching Violence this Autumn
We are offering the following two short courses this Autumn.
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 in the name of honour. The course will address explanatory frameworks and perspectives (including human rights) and critically assess current policy approaches.
Thursday 7th and Friday 8th October 2021
Thursday 28th and Friday 29th October 2021
Thursday 25th and Friday 26th November 2021
This short course will focus on methodological approaches to researching forms of violence which are primarily targeted against women and children (e.g. domestic violence, rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and trafficking, crimes in the name of honour, female genital mutilation, stalking and harassment) and evaluating support and prevention initiatives/interventions. Content will cover: feminist epistemologies and power in the research process; formulating research questions; ethical dilemmas and practices; survey methods, including prevalence data; qualitative research exploring women and children’s perspectives as well as those of perpetrators; creative and arts-based methods; policy-oriented research. In the second half of the course, we introduce approaches to evaluation and the specific issues, challenges and opportunities when creating knowledge through evaluating interventions with victim-survivors and perpetrators of violence.
Thursday 14th & Friday 15th October 2021
Thursday 4th & Friday 5th November 2021
Thursday 2nd & Friday 3rd December 2021
The courses will be delivered face to face on our Holloway Road Campus and the cost for each course is £885.
To book onto the courses please contact: