Archived webinars retrieved from various sources:
Being Heard webinar: Involving children and young people in participatory research on sexual violence - challenges and approaches, 01 December 2017: In this webinar, Dr Silvie Bovarnick and Dr Helen Beckett from the ‘International Centre: Researching child sexual exploitation, violence and trafficking’ at the University of Bedfordshire in the UK, discussed about why and how we should engage children and young people in participatory research on sexual violence. The aim of this session was to help participants to think about some of the practical, ethical and methodological issues associated with youth involvement in participatory research on sensitive issues
The hidden victims of trafficking - Issues related to male and LGBT victims, 09 February 2017: This module will focus on the lesser recognized victims of trafficking, including males and lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender (LGBT) youth. While these populations share characteristics of female trafficking victims, they have specific conditions and concerns that affect their risk and their experiences of exploitation. Understanding these unique factors will help professionals recognize possible victims, advocate for increased services and develop prevention strategies.
LINEA webinar 8: Conducting ethical research involving children, 10 May 2016: In this webinar, Dr Nambusi Kyegombe discusses key ethical considerations when carrying out research involving children, and provides an example of the ethics protocol that was used to conduct a multi-component evaluation of the Good School toolkit, a school-based intervention that seeks to prevent violence against children in schools in Uganda
What is the potential for interventions designed to prevent violence against women to reduce children’s exposure to violence? Findings from the SASA! study, Kampala Uganda, 29 April 2016: This webinar explores the extent to which interventions to prevent violence against women may impact children’s exposure to violence. It discusses findings from a multi-component evaluation of SASA! – a community mobilisation intervention designed to prevent violence against women and reduce HIV risk behaviours in Kampala, Uganda. The presentation is available here.
Conducting ethical research involving children, 21 April 2016: This webinar by LINEAR offers a presentation by Dr Nambusi Kyegombe on key ethical considerations when carrying out research involving children and provides an example of the ethics protocol that was used to conduct a multi-component evaluation of the Good School toolkit, a school-based intervention that seeks to prevent violence against children in schools in Uganda.
Family reunification after child sexual abuse, 15 March 2016: Few topics stir such intense emotional reactions as the prospect of reintegrating adults, adolescents, and children who have sexually abused back into their families and communities. Yet, the complicated realities of criminal justice, family law, and family dynamics mean that advocates and service providers across disciplines are frequently called upon to help mediate that process with few guidelines. This interactive workshop tools, strategies, and insights to help enhance safety, cooperation, and positive outcomes for all involved. Click here to view presentation slides. The audio-visual presentation is available here.
Social norms and violence against women and girls, 09 February 2016: Dr Lori Heise (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine) and Emma Fulu (the Equality Institute) give short presentations on social norms and violence against women and girls. They draw on their experience and research to reflect on comments and questions raised by participating development practitioners. Presentation by Emma Fulu is available here and a presentation by Lori Heise is available here. The webinar is also available in audio version here. This webinar is brought to you by GSDRC.