Things children shouldn’t know, childhood and domestic violence workshop

This is a joint Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth event in collaboration with South Yorkshire Institute for Innovation and Research in Child Health

Things children shouldn’t know Seminar Series 2014-2016

Things children shouldn’t know, childhood and domestic violence workshop

Venue:  Conference Room, ICOSS, University of Sheffield, 219 Portobello, Sheffield, S1 4DP

Date:  Wednesday 11th March 2015

Time:  12.00 – 16.30pm

This workshop is part of the Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth workshop series “Things children shouldn’t know 2014-2016”. The day will begin with lunch followed by the first presentation at 12.45.  Presentations will be 30 minutes each plus 10-15 minutes for questions.  The day will end at 16.30 following a panel discussion.

The workshop is free.  To register contact Dawn Lessels, d.j.lessels@sheffield.ac.uk.

Programme:

12.00 Lunch

12.45 Hanan El. Makzoum – Children’s Perceptions of ‘Harsh’ Disciplinary Practices in Arabic Muslim cultures: The Example of Libya

Department of Sociological Studies, University of Sheffield

13.30 Jo Rudd and Rosie Huzzard -Children’s Experiences of Surviving Domestic Abuse: Practitioner Perspectives

Haven House, Sheffield

14.15 Discussion

14.30 Coffee

14.45 Parveen Ali – Children, Families and Violence: Pakistani Perspectives on Domestic Violence

School of Nursing & Midwifery, University of Sheffield

15.30 Emma Katz – Knowing enough, knowing too much: Children’s awareness of domestic abuse and possibilities for supportiveness between abused mothers and their children

Faculty of Education, Liverpool Hope University

16.15 Discussion

16.30 Close

Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth www.sheffield.ac.uk/cscy

South Yorkshire Institute for Innovation and Research in Child Health www.siirch.co.uk

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