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Rus Ervin Funk is a long-time activist and community organizer focusing on promoting healthy masculinities; preventing violence; promoting equity, diversity and justice. He has more than 30 years’ experience in mobilizing men to help end violence against women, and working with communities, campuses and organizations.
Sexualised Violence is a common aspect of intimate partner violence (IPV). While it is common dynamic, it is poorly understood by practitioners (both those who support victim/survivors, and those who work with men who perpetrate violence) and rarely addressed. This webinar provides an overview of sexualised violence within IPV, the dynamics in the context of IPV, and ways practitioners can screen for the presence of intimate partner sexualised violence. This webinar will also provide some strategies and techniques to support men who use violence to examine their use of sexualised violence as a part of their violence perpetration.
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Heinrich Geldschläger, WWP EN Treasurer, is a German psychologist and psychotherapist. He is currently living and working in Barcelona as Research Manager at Conexus Association. For almost 20 years, he has been active in perpetrator interventions - working directly with men, coordinating services, delivering presentations and trainings, and doing research.
In this webinar, we shared the ENGAGE Roadmap & Training, developed to train frontline professionals (e.g. healthcare workers) to engage, motivate and refer perpetrators to perpetrator programmes.
We also looked at lessons learned and evaluation results from the ENGAGE pilot implementation in France, Italy and Spain - enabling participants to critically evaluate their own referral and training procedures, and to gain an understanding of unused potentials.
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Natalia Batenkova, Unizon (Sweden), works as a Project Coordinator for the SAfE project that Unizon runs in Russia together with the organisation MÄN (former Men for Gender Equality). She has an academic background in International and European Relations and has been working with women and girls subjected to men’s violence (both in intimate relationships and in prostitution, pornography and human trafficking) as well we with violence prevention for several years.
Vidar Vetterfalk, MÄN (Sweden), has been an active member in MÄN since it started 1993 and has worked as international project manager and psychologist since 2001 with a main focus on Eastern Europe. Vidar has cooperated closely with Unizon in international development cooperation since 2010 in supporting development in Eastern Europe of holistic work against men’s violence against women. Together with Olga Person from Unizon, Vidar was an expert in the governmental investigation on work with perpetrators in Sweden 2017-2018.
Unizon and MÄN (Sweden) have been cooperating for many years. But has it always been an accountable cooperation?
During this webinar Natalia Batenkova and Vidar Vetterfalk shared a recent example that damaged the cooperation between the organisations and talked about the important practical steps and lessons learned on the way to developing more accountability.
Sandie included helpful resources in the last slides of her presentation, which you can download here.
Sandie Barton has been working with child and adult survivors of sexual violence for 24 years in a variety of organisational settings. She is a qualified cognitive behavioural psychotherapist, and is currently the Director of Operations at Rape Crisis Scotland. At RCS she leads on developing new Rape Crisis services, delivering training to external agencies including key criminal justice personnel, oversees the national prevention work, as well as working in partnership with external agencies such as Government and the National Health Service to develop trauma informed services and workforce.
In this webinar, Sandie Barton explored Rape Crisis Centres – their necessity, their specific work and their European Context. Additionally, she considered the intersections of domestic abuse and sexual violence as she has experienced them in her work, as well as how these intersections have been treated thus far. And lastly, she shared inputs on how to treat sexual violence in perpetrator programmes taken from her decades of experience working with survivors