This panel will focus on inter-professional approaches for prevention and intervention efforts for people who harm.
Last month, Professor Elizabeth Campbell spoke about misconceptions, research gaps, the various experiences and complex needs of survivors of trafficking, in a webinar sponsored by IRWG’s Initiative on Gender Based Violence and Sexual Harassment.
This session will offer the opportunity to hear from those on campus trying to help units move forward in ways that center repair, healing, and prevention.
The session will be a moderated panel discussion during the winter term about the “gendered consequences of systems involvement.”
Elizabeth Campbell, Co-Director of U-M's Human Trafficking Clinic will describe the varied experiences and complex needs of survivors of human trafficking, and will will debunk pervasive and harmful myths about trafficking.
Over the past several years there has been a rapidly shifting climate around sexual assault and harassment as a result of the #MeToo movement and growing awareness of sexual abuse in institutional contexts. The University of Michigan and its employees have not been insulated from accusations. In the midst of several high-profile allegations, the University instituted a mandatory university-wide online education program in the summer of 2019, “Cultivating a Culture of Respect: Sexual Harassment and Misconduct Awareness.” The training, opening with a variety of university leaders, highlight
The Multicultural Study of Trauma Recovery (MiStory) is an international research consortium working to understand how context, culture, the self, gender, and trauma recovery intersect. Directed by Professor Denise Saint Arnault with funding in part from IRWG seed grants, the collaborative currently has 30 members from 13 countries across several continents, and continues to grow.
Join us for a panel discussion and break out sessions as we explore policy solutions to address bullying, harassment, doxxing and other barriers to equality that women face working online.
Part 2 - Faculty share their research progress to examine how their scholarship is working towards the goal of ending gender-based violence and sexual harassment across contexts
Faculty share their research progress to examine how their scholarship is working towards the goal of ending gender-based violence and sexual harassment across contexts