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Sexual Objectification, Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse: Engaging with Research, Policy and Practice

Starts: 30 April 2012

Monday 30th April 2012, 9.15 - 1pm

School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University (Glamorgan Building)

 

Presentations now available at the bottom of this page

 

Sexual objectification, Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse: Engaging with Research, Policy and Practice

 

Co-hosted by: 

Children in Wales and Cardiff University

 

Information

This half day seminar presents recent research findings, best practice and policy development for practitioners, policy makers and researchers working with children and young people in the area of gender and sexual violence. Bringing together current research from the School of Social Sciences the aim of the day is to encourage reflection and debate on the relationship between research and practice exploring the everyday experiences of sexual harassment and violence with research and practice on child sexual exploitation and child sexual abuse. Identifying future directions in research, policy and practice in Wales will be an essential outcome of the seminar.

 

Booking

All queries for booking this event are to be directed to Children in Wales

 

Programme

9.00-9.15       Registration

9.15-10.15     Sexual objectification and sexual violence in an era of ‘sexualisation’ panics: schools and beyond

Emma Renold and Gabrielle Ivinson (School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University), Rachel Beddoe (Cardiff Against Bullying)

10.15-11.15   Child Sexual Exploitation in Wales

Sophie Hallett (School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University), Emma James (Children’s Services Manager, Barnardo’s Seraf Service), Jan Coles (Director, Abertaf)

11.15-11.30   Break and refreshments

11.30-12.30   Ynys Saff: Providing a ‘safe island’ for children and young people who have experienced sexual victimisation

Amanda Robinson (School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University), Ynys Saff (Safe Island: Cardiff’s Sexual Assault Referral Centre)

12.30-1.00     Future directions for policy and practice in Wales

Jan Pickles (NSPCC)

 

Other information

Open To: Staff and Students

Presentations

Ynys Saff: Providing a ‘safe island’ for children and young people who have experienced sexual victimisation [2.3 Mb]

Amanda Robinson: School of Social Sciences, Roxanne Hammonds: Manager, Ynys Saff, Nel Richards: ISVA, Ynys Saff


Child sexual exploitation in Wales [1.1 Mb]

Jan Coles: Abertaf, Sophie Hallett: Cardiff University, Emma James: Barnardo’s Seraf Service


Girls, bodies and sexual objectification in an era of ‘sexualisation’ [9.9 Mb]

Emma Renold and Gabrielle Ivinson: School of Social Sciences, Cardiff University


Activities Work Sheet [38.0 Kb]

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