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Title: GAP WORK project report: training for youth practitioners on tackling gender-related violence
Authors: Alldred, P
David, M
Biglia, B
Jiménez, E
Folgueiras, P
Olivella, M
Cagliero, S
Inaudi, CM
McMahon, B
McArdle, O
Cullen, F
Guizzo, G
Stenstrom, M
Levitan, N
Rivers, I
Velasco, A
Azpiazu, J
Issue Date: 2014
Publisher: Brunel University London Press
Abstract: This project sought to challenge gender-related violence against (and by) children and young people by developing training for practitioners who have everyday contact with general populations of children and young people (‘youth practitioners’). Through improved knowledge and understanding practitioners can better identify and challenge sexist, sexualising, homophobic or controlling language and behaviour, and know when and how to refer children and young people to the most appropriate support services. This summary outlines the Project and our initial findings about the success of the four training programmes developed and piloted.
URI: http://sites.brunel.ac.uk/gap
http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/10299
ISBN: 978-1-908549-17-4
Appears in Collections:Dept of Clinical Sciences Research Papers

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