This event is part of the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender Based Violence and Athena SWAN action plan.
Professor Claudia Bernard (Department of Social, Therapeutic and Community Studies) and Dr Anna Carlile (Educational Studies) will be presenting their research into how young Black women living in gang-affected neighbourhoods navigate their safety in public and private spaces, and how these spaces overlap and intersect.
This presentation will draw on a project with 18 participants aged 14-19, the research seeks to understand how the participants inhabit, navigate and strategize for their safety through their narratives of life and survival in an unsafe neighbourhood.
Dates & times
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|26 Nov 2020||12:00pm - 1:00pm|
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