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RESET WEBINAR – Crossed views on Sex and Gender-Based Violence

RESET webinar

On the occasion of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women RESET organises the online webinar “Crossed views on Sex and Gender-Based Violence” on 25/11/2021.

This first RESET webinar aims at sharing ideas in a multidisciplinary and international perspective on the topic of Sex and Gender-Based Violence while highlighting the work of young researchers.

During the 1st session, from 14:30 to 15:50, PhD candidates from University of Bordeaux (France) and University of Porto (Portugal) will present their work and research findings on the topic of Sex and Gender-Based Violence.

In the 2nd session of the webinar, from 15:50 to 17:00, key speakers from the EU-H2020 project UNISAFE, the Ruhr-University of Bochum (RUB) and the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU) will discuss policies and protocols against Sex and Gender-Based Violence.

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Speakers

Alexia Boucherie is a doctoral student in sociology at University of Bordeaux (France), author of the thesis “Understanding the grey areas of contemporary sexuality: disenchantment of sexual experience and normative relationships to consent among young adults”.

Tiago Rocha Silva is a doctoral student at the Faculty of Psychology and Education Sciences of the University of Porto (Portugal). He is the author of the thesis “Intimate Abuse Through Technology: A Systematic Review of Scientific Constructs and Behavioral Dimensions”.

Giorgia Magni is a PhD candidate and graduate assistant in the research group G-RIRE (Genre – Rapports intersectionnels, Relation educative, in French) at the Faculty of Education of the University of Geneva. He is the author of the thesis “Gender-based violence in higher education: what are its links with other forms of discrimination and its consequences on students’ careers? Case study at the University of Geneva.”

Professor Anne Laure Humbert (for UniSAFE) is a Professor and Director of the Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice at Oxford Brookes University. She contributes as an expert in statistics, organisation and work, and gender-based violence.

Enara Agirre Arrizabalaga is the Gender Equality technician of the UPV/EHU, Master in Gender Equality of the UPV/EHU and Master in gender based violence of the International University of Valencia.

Laura Chlebos is a sociologist and works as a research assistant at the Marie Jahoda Center for International Gender Studies at the Ruhr University Bochum. There she coordinates Our Campus – a campaign against sex and gender-based discrimination and violence.

Timeslot Session Programme
14:30-14:45
Introduction
14:45-15:40
Session 1 : Research views on Gender-Based-Violence
14:45-14:50
Brief introduction of speakers and main topics
14:50-15:00
"Understanding the grey areas of contemporary sexuality: disenchantment of sexual experience and
normative relationships to consent among young adults"

Alexia Boucherie - UBx
15:00-15:10
"Intimate Abuse Through Technology: A Systematic Review of Scientific Constructs and Behavioral Dimensions"

Tiago Rocha Silva - UPorto
15:10-15:20
"Gender-based violence in higher education: what are its links with other forms of discrimination and its consequences on students’ careers? Case study at the University of Geneva."

Giorgia Magni -Uni. of Geneva
15:20-15:40
Discussion and questions
15:40-15:50
BREAK
15:50-16:45
Session 2 : Word to professionals and policy-makers
15:50-15:55
Brief introduction of speakers and main topics
15:55-16:05
"Making universities and research organisations safe from gender-based violence"

Professor Anne Laure Humbert - UniSAFE
16:05-16:15
“Sexism and sexual violence in higher education in Germany and possible ways of prevention”

Laura Chlebos - RUB
16:15-16:25
Presentation of the Protocol against gender based violence (since 2018) of the Basque Country University

Enara Agirre Arrizabalaga - UPV EHU
16:25-16:45
Discussion and questions
16:45-17:00
End of the session