Webinar – Launch of research on economic abuse and toolkit for schools – Centre for Research into Violence & Abuse (CRiVA)

Date: Tuesday, 7 Nov 2023

Time: 16:00 – 17:00 GMT

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Many women have experienced economic abuse in the UK, yet this form of abuse and its root causes continue to be poorly understood.

‘Shifting the Dial’, examines how men learn about managing finances within relationships.

This new study identifies the need to ‘shift the dial’ in response to economic abuse through prevention work. This must include teaching school pupils about economic abuse and challenging the attitudes to money that underpin this form of domestic abuse in the classroom.

In this webinar, we will present the findings from this new research as well as a new toolkit for schools, including lesson plans.

“Shifting the Dial” is a series of research reports conducted by Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse and the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit as part of partnership work on the prevention of perpetration undertaken by Surviving Economic Abuse, Tender and SafeLives.

Please join us for the online launch of our new research on economic abuse and equality and our toolkit for schools 

Professor Nicole Westmarland, Director of CRiVA

Dr Vicky Butterby, CRiVA researcher

We will be joined by research partners:

Sara D’Arcy, Head of Advocacy and Communication, Surviving Economic Abuse

Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA) is the only UK charity dedicated to raising awareness of economic abuse and transforming responses to it.

Kate Lexén, Director of Services, Tender

Tender is an arts charity working with young people and adults to prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence through creative projects and trainings.

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