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YOU RESPOND

Developing a good practice guide and training manual for young people's participation in research, policy and practice developments to prevent and combat violence

Project Concept

The aim of YOU RESPOND is to promote the effective participation of young people in projects which combat violence, sexual exploitation and trafficking of children in the EU. The project's main objective is the development of an evidence-based good practice guide and training materials targeted at practitioners in relevant governmental and non-governmental organisations. The focus of the educational material will be on best practice in relation to engaging young people in establishing the scope, nature, impact and prevention of violence in developing policy and practice.

Project Results

A good practice guide and accompanying training materials, which take account of EU diversity, that promotes young people's participation in policy, research and practice projects related to preventing and combating violence.

Duration

01/01/2009 - 31/12/2010

SEERC Budget

75.610 €

Funding

DAPHNE III programme, DG Justice, Freedom and Security, European Commission (Contract number: JLS/2007/DAP-1/212)

Partners

Participating Researchers

  • Dr Efrosini Kalyva, The University of Sheffield, International Faculty - CITY College, Psychology Department (project team lead)
  • Chrysanthi Dikaiou, SEERC

Related Publications

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