Strengthening participatory practice with children and young people affected by sexual violence

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Being Heard Project (2016-2017)

Last updated: Fri 08, 2017

Aim: Being Heard  is a collaborative project between the SVRI and the Univeristy of Bedfordshire's International Centre: researching child sexual exploitation, trafficking and violence aiming to involve young people in SVRI Forum 2017 and link researchers with youth to discuss how to engage with them on research.

Countries: Global

Partners: SVRI

Main funder: The Oak Foundation

Project lead: Silvie Bovarnick

Project activities include:

  • Reviewing and scoping participatory research on sexual violence against children.
  • Delivering webinars and attending the SVRI Forum in Brazil 2017 to share the findings from the scoping.
  • Developing tools to enable researchers to engage children and young people affected by sexual violence in research activities on the issue.

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