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Webinars – Surviving Economic Abuse

Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is running a series of free webinars over the next few months, increasing understanding and awareness of economic abuse across six key issues. These include privately owned housing, banking, coerced debt, children, COVID-19 and the police.  Webinar dates & times Privately owned housing 2 December 2pm–4pm https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_suaOw6bkR4WX1tZ4xwzM2wBanking 10 December 10am–12pm https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_09QM5hFVTsSmcEpGQgdN5QCOVID-19, … Continue reading “Webinars – Surviving Economic Abuse”

Webinars – Durham university

Durham university will be hosting 4 more webinars in November and December Tuesday 24th November 2020, 1-2pmCRiVA Webinar with Sandy Ruxton and Stephen BurrellMasculinities and Covid-19: The implications for work with men and boys to build gender equalityRegister: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/criva-webinar-with-sandy-ruxton-and-stephen-burrell-tickets-124436311357 Tuesday 1st December 2020, 1-2pmCRiVA Webinar with Fiona Vera-GrayShould misogyny be a hate crime?Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/criva-webinar-with-fiona-vera-gray-tickets-124439199997 Tuesday 8th December … Continue reading “Webinars – Durham university”

Research participants needed – Revenge porn – Coventry University

Has Anyone Ever Shared Private or Sexual Images or Videos of You Without Your Consent? Research participants needed for study exploring the lived experiences of adults who have experienced Intimate Image Abuse, also called “Revenge Porn” This research will be relevant to you if: • You are aged 18 or over • You have experienced … Continue reading “Research participants needed – Revenge porn – Coventry University”

Job vacancy – The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) – Children and Young people Therapeutic Intervention Worker

Job Title: Children and Young people Therapeutic Intervention WorkerSalary/ Rate: £23 868.00 per annumLocation: ManchesterClosing Date: midnight 16th November 2020Date of Interview: 2nd December 2020Hours: 35 per week Contract Period: 12 Months Fixed Term Contract About us: PTMWA is a women-led organisation whose vision is to ensure that people, suffering, or at risk of domestic … Continue reading “Job vacancy – The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) – Children and Young people Therapeutic Intervention Worker”

Job vacancy – Stockport without abuse – Housekeeper

Job Title: Housekeeper Salary/ Rate: £9.25 per hour (£17,797 per annum FTE, pro-rata £12,025)Location: Stockport Closing Date: Monday 16th November 2020 at 9.00amDate of Interview: Friday 27th November 2020Hours: part-time 25 per weekContract Period: 12 months fixed term contract. Stockport without Abuse is a highly regarded, specialist charity supporting, empowering and educating individuals & families … Continue reading “Job vacancy – Stockport without abuse – Housekeeper”

Job vacancy – The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) – Emerge Trainee

Job Title: Emerge Trainee – 2 roles availableSalary/ Rate: Minimum Wage (dependant on age)Location: Manchester Closing Date: 15th NovemberDate of Interview: 30th NovemberHours: 35 per week on a rota covering the hours of 09.00 – 20.00Contract Period: 2 year fixed term with a 6 month probationary period. About us: PTMWA is a women-led organisation whose … Continue reading “Job vacancy – The Pankhurst Trust (Incorporating Manchester Women’s Aid) – Emerge Trainee”

Webinars – Violence Against Women And Girls Research Network

Violence Against Women And Girls Research Network  will be hosting 4 more webinars in November 2020 VAWG Research and Black Lives Matter – 5th November 2020 – 10.30-12.30 BST Confirmed Speakers: Geetanjali Gangoli, Durham University; Michaela Campbell, University of Warwick; Kerris Cooper and Polina Obolenskaya, London School of Economics; Rianna Raymond-Williams, Shine Aloud UK Chair: Geetanjali … Continue reading “Webinars – Violence Against Women And Girls Research Network”

Webinar – Causal Conundrums: Criminal Law, Domestic Abuse and Suicidality

In this session, Vanessa Munro will present key findings from a study that she conducted with REFUGE in which more than 3,500 client case files were analysed to identify the prevalence of suicidality reported by survivors of domestic abuse in England and Wales, and to explore the ways in which clients’ interactions with support services … Continue reading “Webinar – Causal Conundrums: Criminal Law, Domestic Abuse and Suicidality”