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Conference presentations and keynotes given by members of the None in Three team
24 Mar, Ni3 UK Policy Forum: Keeping Young People Safe, Huddersfield (online).
16 Mar, Miller, P. ‘Education as a Social Vaccine against Gender-based Violence’. Race, Place and Justice Conference related to special issue of Genealogy, MDPI
22 December, Wager, N. Restorative Justice as a response to campus-based sexual violence. Warwick International Higher Educational Academy Symposium
7 November, Wager, N. Researching gender-based violence and maintaining researcher well-being. Webinar Presentation for the Violence Against Women and Girls Research Network.
27 Sep-1 Oct, Ni3 Annual Conference: Preventing Gender-based Violence. Huddersfield (online).
24 September, End of Project Virtual Conference, Ni3 India, Mumbai (online).
14 September, Barfod, M. ‘Gender-based violence in international perspective’, Academy A3A, Copenhagen, Denmark
13 September, Panicker, A., Banerjee, R. Gender Roles and Patriarchy Define Older Women’s Experiences Of Violence: A Qualitative Study. European Conference on Domestic Violence. Ljubljana (online).
13 September, Pawsey, G. Newspaper Representation of Domestic Violence Cases in India During Lockdown. European Conference on Domestic Violence. Ljubljana (online).
9 September, Mason, S & Sharratt, K. Typologies and psychological consequences of child abuse and neglect among adolescents from the UK. European Society of Criminology Annual Conference
29 June, Powell-Booth, K., Fray, C., Harvey, R., & Wager, N. Child Sexual Abuse in Jamaica. Association of Caribbean Social Work Educators Conference. Trinidad (online).
24 June, Play. Talk. Change., Ni3 global conference (online)
11 June, Debowska, A., Boduszek, D., Willmott, D., Jones, A., Fray, C., Powell-Booth, K., Harvey, R., & Nelson, K. The impact of child maltreatment on suicidality: Data from a large representative sample of Jamaican children and adolescents. International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) International Congress. Milan, Italy (online).
11 June, Banerjee, R., Panicker, A. Envisioning and strategizing adolescent maltreatment data collection from secondary school students of Mumbai, India. International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (ISPCAN) International Congress. Milan, Italy (online).
8 Mar, White Rose Policy Forum: Preventing Intimate Partner Violence, Ni3 UK, Huddersfield (online)
25 November, Jones, A. Child Sexual Abuse as Lifespan Trauma: Experiences of Caribbean Women, University of the West Indies webinar to mark the beginning of 2020 16 Days of Activism to prevent GBV
30-31 July, Gender Dimensions of Violence Prevention, The University of the West Indies, Jamaica, ‘Shifting the Burden: Promoting a Child-friendly, Collective approach to Child Sexual Abuse in Jamaica’, Kenisha Nelson, Karyl Powell-Booth, Roxanne Harvey, Christine Fray, Patrice Reid
16 February, ISPCAN International Conference, Qatar, ‘Adult Survivors of gender based Violence: Perspectives from Jamaica, Uganda, India and UK (Symposia)’, Gill Kirkman, Karyl Powell-Booth, Rukmini Banerjee & Esther Nanfuka
12 February, Public Lecture, University of Huddersfield, ‘Adolescent Dating Violence – a UK Epidemic’, Gill Kirkman & Helen Smailes
28 January, Patil, P., Banerjee, R., Panicker, A., ‘Understanding Bystander Intervention through Gender Bias’. Indian Association of Women’s Studies Annual Conference, New Delhi.
4 December, Academic International Conference on Social Sciences and Education, ‘A Combined Model of Ecological Systems Theory and Social Learning Theory to Understand the Acquisition of Intimate Partner Violence’, Xiaomin Sheng
22 November, 5th National KRIMED Conference: Research Methods in Criminology and Forensic Medicine, ‘Diagnosis and Prevalence of Psychopathy Among Various Social Groups’, Dan Boduszek
22 November, African Studies Association: 62nd Annual Meeting (Being, Belonging and Becoming in Africa), Boston, Ma, ‘Convulated motherhood? How women cope with single motherhood in a post conflict context and how they construct and deconstruct social and strategic agency’, Eric Ochen
21 November, The Ministry of Health & Wellness 10th Annual National Health Research Conference, ‘Our Women are Hurting: Chronic Psycho-social Effects of Child Sexual Abuse among Jamaican Women’, Kenisha Nelson
8 November, ArtsIT 2019 – 8th International Conference, ‘Designing a Serious Game to Raise Awareness of Intimate Partner Violence Among Adolescents in the UK’, John Pearson & Hayley Rosyston
15 October, Jones, A., Ochen, E. ‘Presentation on None in Three’, GCRF goes Virtual
7 August, Timmins, S. ‘Connecting School Leaders’ Role To Teacher Leader’s Agency: Narratives From England, Jamaica And USA’, IEAL-J conference Educational Leadership for Social Justice: Policy, Practice and Community, Kingston, Jamaica
7 August, Miller, P. ‘The political dichotomy of school leadership: policy, practice, social justice – evidence from sixteen countries’, IEAL-J conference Educational Leadership for Social Justice: Policy, Practice and Community, Kingston, Jamaica
28 June, Jones, A., ‘Smart investments in strategies and partnerships to prevent and address violence against children’, UNICEF; ChildHub, Park Hotel Moskva, Sofia, Bulgaria.
12 June, Boduszek, D., & Willmott, D., Dissecting the link between child abuse and psychopathy, public lecture at Ni3 India Summit, ISDI, Mumbai.
12 June, Ni3 India Summit – Serious About Games workshop, ISDI, Mumbai, Prof Song Wu, Helen Smailes & Hayley Royston
12 June, Ni3 India Summit – Impact of Violence on Children & role of Educators/Professionals to prevent it, ISDI, Mumbai, Angela Nakafeero (IAG), Prof Stephen Jacobson (IAG), Prof Paul Miller
11 June, Ni3 India Summit – one day conference – Innovative and International Approaches to Preventing GBV, ISDI, Mumbai
12 May, Ni3 India Workshop, Mumbai, ‘Disrobing the Queen – Depiction, Normalisation and Transmission of GBV in Indic Lore’, Urmi Chanda-Vaz
17 April, 9th Aggrey Brown Annual Lecture, University of West Indies, ‘The politics of health communication today’, Professor Ellen Campbell-Grizzle (IAG)
17 April, Utech Research, Technology and Innovation Day, University of Technology, Jamaica, ‘Presentation on Ni3 in the Speaker’s Forum: Woman Survivors’ Accounts of Childhood Exploitation in Jamaica’, Karyl Powell-Booth & Kenisha Nelson
12 April, Ni3 India Workshop, Mumbai, Identifying Gender Bias in Classrooms as a Route to Preventing GBV, Prarthana Patil
11 April, Graduate School of Education Symposium, University at Buffalo, New York. ‘Leadership for equity and diversity in schools’. Professor Paul Miller.
11 April, 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, 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, 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.
15 March, School of Education and Professional Development annual Undergraduate Conference: Play is for Everyone, University of Huddersfield, ‘Ni3: Developing prosocial games as educational tools to prevent gender-based violence’, Roz Cumming, Helen Smailes and Xiaomin Sheng
14 March, 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, BITC Regional Showcase, KPMG, Leeds. ‘Intimate partner violence in young relationships‘. Gill Kirkman.
9 March, 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, 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, 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, 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, Willmott, D., ‘The role of rape myths in sexual violence perpetration, survivor disclosure and CJS attrition rates’. 2nd Preventing Sexual Harm conference, University of Huddersfield.
14 February, Kirkman, G., ‘The voice of the survivor: designing educative and interactive computer games to prevent GBV’ 2nd Preventing Sexual Harm conference, University of Huddersfield.
22 January, Barfod, M., ‘Filling the vacuum: who will save multilateralism?’, Public Lecture, University of Huddersfield.
3 December, 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, Mini SDG Summit (Sustainable Development Goals), University of Huddersfield. ‘Gender-based violence’. Professor Adele Jones.
8-10 November, 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.
16 October, Jacobson, S. ‘Social Justice leadership for academic, organisational and community sustainability in high need schools: research evidence from three nations’. Ni3 public lecture, University of Huddersfield.
14-16 August, Child Protection Conference, Port of Spain, Trinidad. ‘Restorative justice for juvenile sex offenders’. Professor Adele Jones.
4-7 July, 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, 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, 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, Debowska, A. ‘The effect of a prosocial video game on young people’s responsiveness towards victims of domestic violence’. Association for Psychological Science (APS) conference San Francisco, USA.
2 May, De Lisi, M. ‘Psychopathy as a unified theory of crime’ Ni3 public lecture, University of Huddersfield.
March 2018, Jones, A., Keynote: ‘Impact of Domestic Violence on Children – No Mas, No More’. Conference on Domestic Violence, Aruba, Dutch Caribbean Islands.
March 2018, Jones, A., ‘Child abuse in the Caribbean’. Spring Law School, Curacao.
The closing event for Ni3 UK doubled as a second policy forum event for the team, on ‘Keeping Young People Safe’. The event brought together professionals and policy makers to explore Ni3 findings, showcase our game and curricular outputs and reflect on approaches to improving safeguarding of young people, and helping them to prevent intimate partner violence in their relationships.
None in Three’s inaugural Centre conference was held to celebrate the end of the global project funded through the UK Government’s Global Challenges Research Fund. This virtual event brought together participants from across the four study countries and beyond to reflect on the progress, challenges and outputs from this four-year project, as well as looking to the future of Ni3.
The Ni3 India team held a virtual conference to mark the closure of their participation in the Ni3 global project. Project colleagues presented alongside stakeholders from NGOs, schools and others involved in making the research – into gender bias and gender-based violence in India – a reality.
None in Three’s mid-project summit for its GCRF work took place in Mumbai, India during 2019. This symposium on Preventing Violence Against Children was part of a week of workshops, conferences and public engagement events to share the work of Ni3, and promote the need for further research and action to prevent gender-based violence.
None in Three’s mid-project summit for its GCRF work took place in Mumbai, India during 2019. This public lecture on ‘Dissecting the link between child abuse and psychopathy was part of a week of workshops, conferences and public engagement events to share the work of Ni3, and promote the need for further research and action to prevent gender-based violence.
None in Three’s mid-project summit for its GCRF work took place in Mumbai, India during 2019. This workshop on serious game development was part of a week of workshops, conferences and public engagement events to share the work of Ni3, and promote the need for further research and action to prevent gender-based violence.
The following resources are produced by third party organisations. We cite some of these elsewhere on our website. They provide valuable additional information for anyone with an interest in gender-based violence prevention.
The Global Gender Gap Report 2018, World Economic Forum
Gender-based Violence Briefing, The World Bank
Human Development Data (1990-2017), United Nations Development Programme
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