The IDEA is a hub for impact, dissemination and engagement activities related to the None in Three Centre’s research. It’s at the heart of ensuring our work is grounded in, and makes a difference to, the real world.
The IDEA hub:
- develops and implements communication and visibility activities – using the arts, film, print, TV, radio and social media – to promote and inform the Centre’s work
- captures the impact of our reach
- provides a forum through which the public can engage with our researchers across the world
- shares information about our research and interventions for preventing gender-based violence
UTech provides platform for None in Three in Jamaica
Professor Adele Jones visited partner institution, UTech, Kingston Jamaica, to hold a series of meetings and participate in public engagement activities promoting the work of None in Three.
Date: June 2018
Dr Christine Fray-Aiken and Professor Adele Jones are interviewed by Raymond Pryce on Jamaican television’s CVM at Sunrise, 27th June 2018.
None in Three project starts major survey on child sex abuse
Psychologists at the University of Huddersfield will conduct a survey of up to 50,000 young people around the world in order to discover the extent to which victims of abuse begin to display mental health problems and psychopathic personality traits and how they can be halted.
Date: May 2018
Initial gains of £4.5M global computer game against domestic violence opens doors in other countries
Invision Game Community
Their aim is to carry on providing a quality news service that can aid more students and graduates with the opportunities to gain experience that can help with their careers.
Date: April 2018
The None in Three Centre is developing pro-social computer games design to increase young people’s empathy against domestic violence worldwide
IT has been six months since the £4.5 million multi-disciplinary research centre None In Three opened at the University of Huddersfield and it has been a busy time for the researchers whose impact stretches worldwide.
Date: April 2018
HUDCRES – Huddersfield Centre for Research in Education and Society
HudCRES is the research centre of the School of Education and Professional Development, and it is, by its very nature, multi-disciplinary.
Our staff have a wide range of academic and practitioner backgrounds and the majority of the research we undertake is associated with one or more of our three inter-connected research groups – Policy, Pedagogy and Professional Identities. However, this issue features projects that involve us in collaboration reaching far beyond just ‘education’.
Date: January 2018