CATCAM: Challenging abuse through creative animated methodologies

CATCAM:

Challenging abuse through creative animated methodologies

Domestic abuse in young people’s relationships is a growing concern within society, however little research has so far been undertaken.

Drawing on expertise from HSC and the NCCA, this pilot project aims to engage BU students, key informants and the public in creative methodologies to think through issues associated with domestic abuse in young people’s relationships.The findings will be evaluated and themes arising will inform the development of a larger research bid and the resulting art forms (plays, films, animations, etc.) will form the basis of new training materials that will be disseminated nationally and internationally.

If you would like more information or would like to get involved in this research, please contact us:  researchpqsw@bournemouth.ac.uk.


Festival of Learning 2014

Festival of Learning 2014

 ‘It’s not normal’: Exploring violence within teenage relationships

Run by: Jenny Bigmore and Helen Nelder

On the 10th June The National Centre for Post Qualifying Social Work was delighted to host the most recent in our series of workshop looking at Domestic Abuse. Part of the BU Festival of Learning 2014 ‘It’s not normal’ explored violence within teenage relationships, building on the evidence base for the wider CATCAM project.

To download materials from the day or for more information please click here >>


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Past Events

In October, we held the very successful Children and Domestic Abuse Workshop for local practitioners.

Click here to read more.