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Members Corner: A collection of research updates from our members

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Members Corner with 3x 10 min papers and some Q&A after each one.

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The VAWGRN webinars take place on the first Thursday of every month, from 12.00 - 1.00pm.

We have some brilliant speakers in the pipeline – keep an eye on our next newsletter for details. If you would like to propose a topic or have organised your own panel, please get in touch with us at VAWGRN@mdx.ac.uk.

Tickets available now and there is an opportunity to make a donation to charities nominated by the speakers.

Chair: Prof Amina Memon

Speakers: Michaela Campbell (Warwick University) & Rianna Raymond-Williams (Glasgow Caledonian University); Nadia Wager (Huddersfield University); Amy Beddows (CWASU, London Met)

Prof Amina Memon

Prof Amina Memon directs the Centre for the Study of Emotion and Law at Royal Holloway University. With a background in applied Psychology Amina has been contributing to research and policy on best practices for gathering information from victims/witnesses for over 30 years.

Title: Silenced Voices in VAWG

Abstract: Michaela and Rianna will be collaborating in a 10-minute presentation, drawing on the theory of intersectionality coined by Kimberlee Crenshaw in 1991, to unpack silenced voices in VAWG, they will also explore how an intersectional lens can be used to (un)silence these voices.

Michaela Campbell

Michaela Campbell is a part-time doctoral researcher and academic activist at the University of Warwick, Centre for Education Studies. Michaela's research centres on amplifying the lived experience of Black and Mixed-race children who live in domestic abuse refuges.

Rianna Raymond-Williams

Rianna Raymond-Williams is a PhD student at Glasgow Caledonian University in London. She is exploring how Black women make sense of their sexual identity in the UK. Rianna has worked in sexual and reproductive health for the last ten years in a variety of roles. She also freelances as a journalist who covers sexual health and wellbeing, identity, race, and digital media for The Voice Newspaper, Black Ballad, The Independent, Galdem and SH:24

Title: Ironic Sexism: Hiding in Plain Sight

Abstract: sexist messages in the media have become more insidious in recent decades, hiding behind humour, satire and irony. Ironic sexism is also prevalent in alternative genres, which is problematic when artists and genres that challenge mainstream messaging are suggested as a ‘solution’ to sexualised popular culture.

Amy Beddows

Amy Beddows is a part-time PhD student at the Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit, London Metropolitan University, researching women’s experiences of victim blame. She is also an accredited psychotherapist working in HE, with a speciality in trauma.

Title: Preserving researcher wellbeing while researching gender-based violence

Nadia Wager - Bio to follow

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The VAWG Research Network aims to bring together researchers providing opportunities to meet regularly, share ongoing, completed and planned research in a supportive environment. Over time we hope researchers from the network will work together to apply for funding, share data and develop new research. Most importantly the VAWG Research Network aims to provide safe spaces to work together, we are stronger together.

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