“Facilitating participatory action research with young survivors of trafficking and sexual violence”
About the side event
Organizers: The organization Different & Equal in Albania
University of Bedfordshire/ ‘Safer Young Lives Research Centre’ (SYLRC) in UK
Panelists: DR. SilvieBovarnik – Research Fellow at the Safer Young Lives Research
Centre (SYLRC) at the University of Bedfordshire
Mariana Meshi – Executive Director at Different & Equal
Format of the event: Webinar with presentation and discussions
Description: During the webinar, Dr. SilvieBovarnick, Research Fellow at theSafer Young Lives Research Centre (SYLRC) at the University of Bedfordshirein the UK and Mariana Meshi, Director at the NGO ‘Different and Equal’ in Albania will share emerging learning from a current exciting pilot study ‘Small Steps Can Make a Big Difference’. This is a participatory action research project gathering survivors-led evidence on victim’s experiences of seeking justice and support in relation to child trafficking and sexual violence in Albania. The project aims to make important contribution in generating evidence on young people’s experiences within the criminal justice system in the aftermath of trafficking and sexual violence, and in informing youth- and victim-centered practice development across law enforcements in Albania.
Register to the Event: http://differentandequal.org/event-registration/
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