NCSPVA 2nd Annual Conference & Lynda Bellingham Memorial Lecture

NCSPVA 2nd Annual Conference & Lynda Bellingham Memorial Lecture

The Dynamics of Sexual Violence and Abuse: Local, National and International Perspectives

7th June 2016

Following the success of our first Annual Conference and in June 2015, we are pleased to announce that the second NCSPVA Annual Conference will take place on 7th June 2016. This 1 day conference will consist of keynote lectures, themed parallel sessions of individual oral papers, and poster presentations. There will also be opportunities for networking. Confirmed speakers so far include:

Donald FindlaterDirector of Research and Development with child protection charity, Lucy Faithfull Foundation (LFF) who will present his ‘tool’ to help prevent child sexual abuse across the globe.

His Honour Toby Hooper QCToby worked from 1973 as a barrister and from 2000 as a QC before working as a Circuit Judge from 2007 to 2016. He will present on Criminal Justice System Reponses to Sexual Violence and Abuse and if they are working.

Further speakers to be announced.

The NCSPVA invites those interested in presenting an oral paper or poster in the parallel sessions, to submit an abstract for consideration (further details attached).

Bookings

£120 (Early bird*: £100)

*Early bird rates are available on bookings made before 7th May 2016

We also have a limited number of free places available for University of Worcester students.

To book a place, please go to:

https://ext-webapp-01.worc.ac.uk/cgi-bin/ncspva_conf/booking.pl

Call for Papers – NCSPVA Annual Conference 2016

Flyer – NCSPVA Annual Conference 2016

Abstract Cover Sheet & Proforma – NCSPVA Annual Conference 2016

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