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Spring 2018 SISER Research Events


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The Internet Watch Foundation (IWF): Removal of Child Sexual Abuse Material Online. 

Date: 21th March 2018, 1:00pm-2.00pm. 

Venue: Waterfront Building, Room W116, University of Suffolk. 

Bringing together students, staff and multi-agency practitioners to raise awareness of Child Sexual Abuse material online, the role of the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF) in identifying and removing content and the challenges going forward.

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Money Matters: Changing the Lives of Survivors of Domestic Abuse

Date: 28th March 2018, 2:00pm-4.30pm

Venue: Waterfront Building, Room W310, University of Suffolk

In conjunction with the University of Suffolk, Anglia Care Trust (ACT) are delighted to invite you to a special knowledge exchange event to present the results of the University's evaluation of the Money Advice Service at ACT and to discuss the implications for practice and future research with a range of professionals, academics and service users. This research was undertaken by Dr Olumide Adisa

This event will aim to:

- Share the background and aims of the Money Advice Service at ACT and how we work within the domestic abuse community

- Present and discuss emerging findings from the evaluation; and learning from the evaluation

- Connect with other agencies and to encourage the exchange of ideas and good practice

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Virtual Violence: Technology-facilitated Domestic Abuse and Control

Date: 10th May 2018, 10.00am-2.00pm

Venue: Waterfront Auditorium, University of Suffolk

The aim of this half-day conference is to bring together multi-agency practitioners, academics, professional staff, and students in order to raise awareness of technology-facilitated abuse, advance understanding around the digitalisation of abusive relationships and to discuss approaches moving forward.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. 

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