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
Scroll down for more news and information about our impact and public engagement activity.
To view the publications, please click on the links below:
Boduszek, D.,Debowska, A., Jones, A.D., Ma, M., Smith, D., Willmott, D., Trotman Jemmott, E., Da Breo, H., & Kirkman, G. (2019). Prosocial video game as an intimate partner violence prevention tool among youth: A randomised controlled trial. Computers in Human Behavior. 93, 260-266 (ISSN 0747-5632)
Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., Sherretts, N., Willmott, D., & Jones, A. (2018). Profiles and behavioral consequences of child abuse among adolescent girls and boys from Barbados and Grenada. Child Abuse & Neglect, 79, 245-258 (ISSN 0145-2134).
Kenny, M., & Jones, A. (2018). The ‘None in Three’ project: Preventing domestic violence in the Caribbean – Megan Kenny in Conversation with Professor Adele Jones. Psychology of Women and Equality Review Vol 1.1 Spring 2018.
Debowska, A., Willmott, D., Boduszek, D., & Jones, A. (2017). What do we know about child abuse and neglect patterns of co-occurrence? A systematic review of profiling studies and recommendations for future research. Child Abuse & Neglect,70, 100-111 (ISSN 0145-2134).
Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., Jones, A., Willmott, D., & Sherretts, N. (2017 – in press). Gender-based violence-supportive cognitions in adolescent girls and boys: The function of violence exposure and victimisation. Journal of Interpersonal Violence (ISSN 0886-2605).
Boduszek, D., Debowska, A., Trotman Jemmott, E., Da Breo, H., Willmott, D., Sherretts, N., & Jones, A.D. (2017). Victimisation, violence perpetration, and attitudes towards violence among boys and girls from Barbados and Grenada. Huddersfield, UK: University of Huddersfield Press. DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.12891.87848 (ISBN: 978-1-86218-148-9).
Smith, D., Ma, M., Jones, A., & Unver, E. (2017). None in Three: The Design and Development of a Low-cost Violence Prevention Game for the Caribbean Region, in Alcañiz, M., Göbel S., Ma, M. et al. (eds). Serious Games. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol. 10622, 259-270. Springer, Cham.
Conference presentations and keynotes given by members of the None in Three team
11 April 2019, Graduate School of Education Symposium, University at Buffalo, New York. ‘Leadership for equity and diversity in schools’. Professor Paul Miller.
11 April 2019, Graduate School of Education Symposium, University at Buffalo, New York. ‘The UK educational policy and practice on gender-based violence: seeking social justice’. Xiaomin Sheng.
10 April 2019, Alberti Center for the Prevention of Bullying Abuse and School Violence, New York. ‘Education as a social vaccine in the fight against gender-based violence: the role of educational leaders’. Professor Paul Miller.
9 April 2019, Experiential Learning Network, University at Buffalo, New York. ‘Developing computer games as educational tools to prevent violence against women and girls’. Professor Paul Miller, Xiaomin Sheng.
14 March 2019, Research, Technology and Innovation Day, University of Technology, Jamaica. ‘Women survivors’ accounts of childhood exploitation in Jamaica’. Karyl Powell-Booth and Dr Kenisha Nelson.
12 March 2019, BITC Regional Showcase, KPMG, Leeds. ‘Intimate partner violence in young relationships’. Gill Kirkman.
9 March 2019, International Women’s Day Conference, Greewood Centre, Dewsbury. Hosted by Aspiration & Achievement Group Dewsbury and Nyssa Empowerment Social Media Community. Gender equality: addressing cultural and ritual practices affecting women and girls in Britain and Kirklees. ‘Gender-based violence – a UK perspective. Designing educative and interactive interventions using the voice of the survivor’. Gill Kirkman.
8 March 2019, IEAL-J conference, Jamaica, Educational Leadership for Social Justice: Policy, Practice and Community. ‘The political dichotomy of school leadership: policy, practice, social justice – evidence from sixteen countries’. Professor Paul Miller.
8 March 2019, IEAL-J conference, Jamaica, Educational Leadership for Social Justice: Police, Practice and Community. ‘Child sexual exploitation and Jamaican children: use of technology to teach positive behaviour’. Karyl Powell-Booth, Dr Kenisha Nelson.
8 March 2019, IEAL-J conference, Jamaica, Educational Leadership for Social Justice: Policy, Practice and Community. ‘Connecting school leaders’ role to teacher leader’s agency: narratives from England, Jamaica and USA’. Susan Timmins.
14 February 2019, 2nd Preventing Sexual Harm conference, University of Huddersfield. ‘The role of rape myths in sexual violence perpetration, survivor disclosure and CJS attrition rates’. Dr Dominic Willmott.
14 February 2019, 2nd Preventing Sexual Harm conference, University of Huddersfield. ‘The voice of the survivor: designing educative and interactive computer games to prevent GBV’. Gill Kirkman.
3 December 2018, 2nd ISPCAN Caribbean Conference, Child Protection Realities in a Changing Caribbean and World, Montego Bay, Jamaica. ‘Towards a deeper understanding of intimate partner violence in the Caribbean – mixed methods study of male perspectives and boys’ victimisation’. Dr Debra Joseph.
26 November 2018, Mini SDG Summit (Sustainable Development Goals), University of Huddersfield. ‘Gender-based violence’. Professor Adele Jones.
8-10 November 2018, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies, Washington, DC, USA. ‘Culturally intelligent community based practice – an integrated systems approach for working with juvenile sex offenders: research and perspectives from the Caribbean’. Professor Adele Jones.
14-16 August 2018, Child Protection Conference, Port of Spain, Trinidad. ‘Restorative justice for juvenile sex offenders’. Professor Adele Jones.
4-7 July 2018, Joint World Conference on Social Work, Education and Social Development 2018, Dublin. ‘Men’s perspectives of domestic violence in two island jewels of the Caribbean: Barbados and Grenada’. Professor Adele Jones and Dr Debra D Joseph.
24-27 May 2018, Association for Psychological Science (APS) conference, San Francisco, USA. ‘The role of psychopathic personality traits in juror decision making: a latent profile analysis’. Professor Dan Boduszek, Dr Agata Debowska, and Dr Dominic Willmott.
24-27 May 2018, Association for Psychological Science (APS) conference, San Francisco, USA. ‘Is female psychopathy linked with child abuse?’ Dr Dominic Willmott, Professor Dan Boduszek, and Dr Agata Debowska.
24-27 May 2018, Association for Psychological Science (APS) conference San Francisco, USA. ‘The effect of a prosocial video game on young people’s responsiveness towards victims of domestic violence’. Dr Agata Debowska.
March 2018, Conference on Domestic Violence, Aruba, Dutch Caribbean Islands. Keynote: ‘Impact of Domestic Violence on Children – No Mas, No More’, Professor Adele Jones.
March 2018, Spring Law School, Curacao. ‘Child abuse in the Caribbean’. Professor Adele Jones.