Strengthening participatory practice with children and young people affected by sexual violence
Ethical challenges in participatory projects: Power, ownership and control – when we give young people a platform how prepared are we to listen to what they have to say?
This will be the first in a series of case study discussions that will explore different ethical challenges that can arise in participatory projects.
Working with children and young people affected by sexual violence in the UK
This webinar showcases a unique, EU-funded project: The LEAP Project: Supporting children and young people affected by sexual violence in Europe by strengthening and facilitating participatory practice. The webinar shares learning from a four-day course on improving participatory practice for those working with young people affected by sexual violence.
Engaging young people in online safety prevention projects: challenges and good practices from the Make-IT-Safe project in Belgium
This webinar introduces the Make-IT-Safe project and explores how young people got involved in preventing online abuse and exploitation.
Involving marginalised young people in preventing sexual exploitation
During the webinar Stellit, an NGO based in St Petersburg Russia, share their experience of supporting the Youth Volunteer Movement "Do You Know the Way? Do it Your Own Way…"
Young people's views on their role in sexual violence prevention efforts
To mark the first European Day on the Protection of Children against Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse, this webinar shared young people's views on preventing sexual violence. Findings from a series of consultations with children and young people affected by sexual violence in Albania, Bulgaria and England are explored.
Making safe spaces to talk about unsafe relationships
Camille Warrington is participation lead for the International Centre. Watch the recording of a webinar presented by Camille in which she shares insights into participatory research with young people and explores good practice.