Leer más sobre nuestra conferencia en Valencia que tuvo lugar el 26 de setiembre 2014: http://www.elperiodic.com/valencia/noticias/326352_polibienestar-organiza-conferencia-internacional-sobre-violencia-filio-parental.html

Quiere saber más sobre el proyecto RCPV? Síganos en Twitter @DaphneRCPV.

Oct 12th 2014, 11am-5pm

The Old Market, 11a Upper Market Street, BRIGHTON BN3 1AS

FREE for young people, £30 for others

Lunch included

http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/what-is-the-alternative-beyond-violence-injustice-extremism-tickets-13069464119

WHAT CAN YOU DO?
• On 25 September call on artists to join efforts to end violence against women through their chosen form of art!
• Host a film screening, art exhibition or musical concert to draw attention to the issue. Engage participants in a discussion around key issues of violence against women and girls in your community and how artists can be a powerful force for social change.
• Reach out to national and local artists – painters, actors, photographers, poets, dancers, musicians, actors – and invite them to participate or speak at the event. Discuss how you could develop a longer term partnership or local network of artists who are active on the issue.
• If you are an artist, speak out on the issue of violence against women and girls. Share messages and pictures of yourself wearing orange to raise awareness of the pandemic via social media. Has the topic inspired you in your creative projects? Share your poetry, photographs, paintings and songs on the topic at facebook.com/SayNO.UNiTE and twitter.com/SayNO_UNiTE using the hashtag #OrangeDay.
• Do you know of effective initiatives which utilize art as a tool for ending violence against women and girls? Share them at https://www.facebook.com/SayNO.UNiTE.

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Listen to National University of Ireland, Galway discuss our Responding to Child to Parent Violence project on Irish national radio.

Keep an eye out for these articles to be published in 2014!

The first article (Lauster et al 2014) will be published this coming October in the Irish Probation Journal which is widely read by practitioners and researchers in the justice system in Ireland.

The second article is a co-authored one involving Declan Coogan and Stephanie Holt (Trinity College Dublin) and will be published in a book later this year called Social Work in Ireland (Christie et al 2014 eds).