VAWGRN Webinar - 19.11.20 - Covid 19 and Domestic Abuse
From Miranda Horvath on November 19th, 2020
This is the third instalment of the VAWGRN November series of webinars. Find us on Twitter @VAWGRN and on www.vawgnetwork.mdx.ac.uk.
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 00.00 - 03.36– Miranda Horvath Introduction to the webinar
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 03.37 – 14.00 – Kathryn Royal
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 14.23 – 25.38 – Katrin Hohl and Kelly Johnson
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 25.40 – 35.00 – Chiara Zappaterreno
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 35.08 –46.46 – Camille Stengel and June Brawner
Skip to (Video Time Stamp) - 46.47 - End – Q&A and wrap up.
Confirmed Speakers: Kathryn Royal (Surviving Economic Abuse); Katrin Hohl (City University) & Kelly Johnson (Durham University); Chiara Zappaterreno (Huddersfiled University); Camille Stengel (University of Greenwich) and June Brawner (Justice Studio).
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Chair: Dr Miranda Horvath
Miranda Horvath has extensive research experience having conducted national and local multi-site/team/strand evaluation and research projects in a range of forensic and community settings. Projects have focussed on women and children who have experienced sexual and domestic violence and practitioners who work with them. Also research on the cultural context in which sexual violence occurs with an emphasis on the influences of sexualised media (e.g. lads mags) and pornography on children and young people. All of Miranda's work comes from an applied feminist social psychological perspective.
Dr Kathryn Royal
Kathryn Royal is the Research Officer at Surviving Economic Abuse (SEA), the only UK charity dedicated to raising awareness of and transforming responses to economic abuse. Dr Royal completed her ESRC-funded PhD on sexual violence and the media at the Centre for Research into Violence and Abuse at Durham University, and also has extensive experience supporting survivors of abuse. She is an Honorary Fellow at the Department of Sociology at Durham University.
Katrin Hohl is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology at City, University of London. Her research centres on criminal justice responses to sexual and domestic violence.
Dr Kelly Johnson
Kelly Johnson is an Assistant Professor in Criminology at Durham University. Her areas of research include domestic and sexual violence, and policing, and most recently has focused on the policing of domestic abuse, image-based sexual abuse and cyberflashing.
Chiara Zappaterreno is a PhD researcher working on Domestic Homicide in Italy. She also currently works as a crime analyst in the field of counter-terrorism.
Dr Camille Stengel
Camille Stengel is an early career researcher and lecturer in criminology at the University of Greenwich in London. She has nine year’s experience conducting research with and advocating for the rights of vulnerable and marginalised populations including women who inject drugs and people in prison. She is also a trained Inside-Out Prison Exchange Programme facilitator and has led undergraduate university courses in two English prisons.
Dr June Brawner
June Brawner is a senior researcher at Justice Studio and a political ecologist with over eight years’ experience conducting ethnographic fieldwork with marginalised groups, particularly women agricultural labourers. She has worked on gender equality and women’s leadership issues in post-communist Europe and rural North American contexts and has working experience in NGO, academic, diplomatic, and consulting capacities.