Conference on Impact of Violence Against Women and Girls
The University of West London has for many years been involved in education and research associated with Policing, Criminology, Law and Forensics. UWL and the School of Human and Social Sciences are building on this area of knowledge with the development of a suite of new study and research programmes in the area of policing which is aligned to the major changes currently taking place in this field. Against this backdrop we have successfully launched an event series of which the prime objectives are to facilitate information exchange, promote research and support open dialogues across a range of issues relating to policing, crime, and public order. The next event in this series is a conference entitled 'Mapping the Landscape of Violence Against Women and Girls' where we have created a trans/interdisciplinary forum for explorations of the various ways in which gendered violence impacts on women and girls and wider society and to outline some of the latest understandings drawn from research, practice and policy.
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