Webinars in 2015

In 2015, the European Network presented its first series of webinars. The pilot webinars covered several key issues, some of which will be areas of future development for WWP-EN.

The webinars are all online for your viewing pleasure:

 

The Impact Toolkit: A User's Guide.

About the data toolkit WWP-EN has access to and the benefits for organisations of using it. We covered how to use it to report on how your clients, their partners and their children benefit from a programme.

Facilitators: Nina George and Cassandra Jones

About the data toolkit WWP-EN has access to and the benefits for organisations of using it. We covered how to use it to report on how your clients, their partners and their children benefit from a programme.

Victims and Victim Services in Work with Perpetrators.

A key part of WWP-EN's work in 2016 will be to look at how perpetrator programmes work with their client's victims and their partnerships with victims' organisations. This webinar examined some of the starting points for discussions that will be had and acted on in the next 2 years at WWP-EN.

Facilitator: Nina George

A key part of WWP-EN's work in 2016 will be to look at how perpetrator programmes work with their client's victims and their partnerships with victims' organisations. This webinar examined some of the starting points for discussions that will be had and acted on in the next 2 years at WWP-EN

 

WWP-EN Study Visits: all you wanted to know but were afraid to ask.

Sara Kirkpatrick from the Hampton Trust told us all about being a participant on and a host for a WWP-EN study visit. This webinar includes clips from previous visits and tips from Sara on things to consider if you want to host a study visit at your organisation.

Sara Kirkpatrick from the Hampton Trust told us all about being a participant on and a host for a WWP-EN study visit. This webinar includes clips from previous visits and tips from Sara on things to consider if you want to host a study visit at your organisation.

Please don’t hesitate to send us an e-mail if you have any further questions: Nina George (Research & Development Manager) or Anna McKenzie (Communication Manager)

Last changed: 22.05.2018