Title: Sexual Violence and Domestic Violence in the lives of Children and Young People

 

Hosted by DMU’s SVDV Research Network in partnership with Criminal and Civil Justice Working Group (CCJWG)

Programme
Friday 1st March 2019

Registration from 8:45 in HU3.02

 

9.15 Conference Welcome

Hugh Aston Room 0.10

Pro-Vice Chancellor Jackie Labbe

9.30 – 10.45 Keynote Speaker Zoe Lodrick

Hugh Aston Room 0.10

10.45-11.15 Break

Refreshments provided

Hugh Aston Room 3.02

11.15-12.15 Workshop/Panel/Presentation Sessions 1

Rooms 1.51, 1.48, 1.49

12.15-1.15 Lunch HU3.02

Buffet lunch provided

1.15-1.45 Keynote Speaker Pat Branigan, NSPCC

HU.0.10

1.50-2.50 Workshop/Panel/Presentation Sessions 2

Rooms 1.51, 1.48, 1.49

3.00-4.00 Workshop/Panel/Presentation Sessions 3

Rooms 1.51, 1.48, 1.49

4.10 Prosecco Networking Event

HU3.02

Evening: Public Lecture by Professor Evan Stark, Rutgers University and Visiting Professor at DMU.

5-6.30pm in HU3.02

 

Session 1 11.15-12.15

Papersroom Hu 1.48

Andrew Clay, ‘Vile Pervert’: Jonathan King Against the #FalseAllegationsIndustry

Professor Jason Lee, ‘Screening Abuse – child sexual abuse in the contemporary fiction film

Workshop A – room Hu 1.49

Leslie Renton, ‘Children’s Centre approach to working with children affected by Domestic Abuse in the home environment’

Workshop B room Hu 1.51

Deb Day, ‘Experiences of the Young Persons IDVA in Leicester relating to limited access to justice remedies for young people                                                              

Session 2 1.50-2.50

Papers – room Hu 1.49

Grace Carter ‘Developing the intervention evidence base for children who have experienced domestic violence: Prioritising children’s voices.’

Gillian McDonald ‘Hearing children’s voices in domestic abuse cases in the family courts’.

Workshoproom Hu 1.48

Louise Isham ‘To what extent are the oral health needs of children affected by maltreatment still ‘neglected’?  Findings from an international scoping review

Panel room Hu 1.51

Anamaria Szabo, Di Turgoose, Clare Walker, Rachelle Maxwell and Tania Shah: ‘Empowering children and young people affected by domestic abuse through involvement in service provision

 

Session 3 3-4pm

Papers A – room Hu 1.49

Julie Clarke ‘Young people’s attitudes to Sexual and Domestic abuse – observations from a District Council Safeguarding Officer

Lois Dugmore ‘When going alone is not an option – Workforce interventions from NHS to University

Papers B – room Hu 1.48

Professor Phil Rumney ‘Investigative specialism in cases of rape involving children and young people: victim care, multi-agency working and case progression

Christina Quinlan and Professor Vanessa Bettinson ‘Adolescent to Parent Violence: Why we need to talk about it

Workshop room Hu 1.51

Paula Forster ‘Understanding Domestic Abuse in the Context of an Evaluation of Leicestershire County Council’s Early Help Service

 

Posters Room – Hu 3.02 (Meet the authors over lunch)

Ruth McKie and Di Turgoose ‘Children and Pets: The Hidden Victims of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA): Where Action & Activism merge!

Axsa Nasar ‘Improving children and young people’s knowledge and understanding of sexual/domestic abuse and how to seek help.’

Alexia Papamichail ‘Child-to-Parent Violence: Implications for practice informed by the findings of an explorative study’.