Congratulations to a team from The University of Northampton for successfully securing EU funding of 400,000 Euros towards a project focusing on young people’s experiences of domestic violence.
Jane Callaghan, Associate Professor in Psychology, Judith Sixsmith Professor in Public Health Improvement & Implementation and Sarah Armstrong-Hallam, manager of the UN Centre for Child & Youth, collaborated through their shared interest in issues relating to gender, violence, mental health and children and young people.
“UNderstanding Agency and Resistance Strategies: young people living with domestic violence (UNARS)’ will be a large multinational project exploring how young people are able to find creative coping strategies and how professionals can best support them.
The University of Northampton team will lead partners in Spain, Italy and Greece and Women’s Aid in the UK in the project which cames under the DAPHNE III strand of European funding opportunities.
Click here for further information on the DAPHNE III funding programme including it’s main aims and objectives.
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