Learning from the Cranstoun and DVIP, Men Masculinities Substance Use and Aggression Programme funded by the Lankelly Chase Foundation has been published in a policy briefing. Continue reading
A Report ‘Addressing Family Violence in Connecticut: Strategies, Tactics and Policies‘ co-authored by Professor Caroline Easton was commissioned by the public legislature and published in June 2015.
FINAL CONFERENCE TO DISSEMINATE THE FINDINGS OF THE ESRC FUNDED MEN, SUBSTANCE USE AND RELATIONSHIPS STUDY
GREAT HALL, KING’S COLLEGE, STRAND CAMPUS ON TUESDAY 2ND FEBRUARY 2016, 10-4.30 P.M
Quantitatively examined and compared the prevalence of IPV perpetration by males in substance misuse treatment in London and São Paulo.
- Qualitatively examined and compared the cultural construction of IPV perpetration amongst men in substance misuse treatment in London and São Paulo.
- Reviewed current policies, treatment protocols and care pathways for male substance misusing perpetrators in both countries.
- Identified the barriers and facilitators to working with this client group in both countries.
- Developed a cross-cultural Capability Framework for working effectively with male perpetrators in substance abuse treatment.
The event will involve international speakers and a chance to contribute to lively debate on the relationship between IPV and substance misuse. It will be of interest to practitioners, policy makers and academics working in the field of health, substance misuse and/or Intimate Partner Violence. Programme to follow
Refreshments and lunch will be provided. There will be no charge to attend this conference but places are limited. To register and for more information contact Polly Radcliffe email@example.com