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Legal for 40 Years: A snapshot from someone who was there

In Scotland, the legalisation of homosexual activities came into effect on the 1st Feb 1981. Terry Munyard was instrumental in this change. Join us on that historic day to talk to someone who was…

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International Women's Day 2021: The role of women in AIDS and LGBTQ+ Activism

Hidden heroines: join us as we learn from some truly notable women about their role in HIV and LGBTQ+ Activism The success of the recent Channel 4 series 'It's a Sin' has shone a…

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Revisiting the AfroCROWD Juneteenth Wiki Civil Rights Conference of 2020

SpeakersSherry Antoine, ED AfroCROWD.org (host)Alexandria Lockett, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Spelman CollegeBrandon Sullivan, Wiki Caribbean CommunicationsLinda Fletcher, AfroCROWD Community…

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In conversation with Susana Pavlou, Director of MIGS

Improving Justice in Child Contact is a project exploring child contact decisions in families affected by domestic abuse. It is funded by the European Union’s Rights, Equality and Citizenship…

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Power Up/Power Down – 5_Summary

Power Up/Power Down was an exciting partnership project between Scottish Women’s Aid and the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland. In 2016, 27 children and young people…

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Power Up/Power Down – 4_Changing the story

Power Up/Power Down was an exciting partnership project between Scottish Women’s Aid and the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland. In 2016, 27 children and young people…

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Power Up/Power Down – 2_Zayne and Mia's story

Power Up/Power Down was an exciting partnership project between Scottish Women’s Aid and the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland. In 2016, 27 children and young people…

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Power Up/Power Down – 3_What should happen next

Power Up/Power Down was an exciting partnership project between Scottish Women’s Aid and the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland. In 2016, 27 children and young people…

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Power Up/Power Down – 1_Introduction

Power Up/Power Down was an exciting partnership project between Scottish Women’s Aid and the Children and Young People’s Commissioner for Scotland. In 2016, 27 children and young people…

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2020-11-12-CRFR_Seminar_Kay-Tisdall

CRFR Seminar - Kay Tisdall speaking at the seminar on Intersectionality Families and Relationships – Colonisation, Climate Change, Children’s Rights: Has Covid-19 changed the agenda? 11…

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IRISS episode Improving Justice in Child Contact

IRISS, Scotland's Social Services podcast, recorded this episode with Professor Kay Tisdall from the Childhood and Youth Studies Research Group at the University of Edinburgh, and Dr Marsha…

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My story of my hearing in Court

This audio podcast is an interview with a 13-year-old young expert involved in the IJCC project, Maria, by the executive president of Community Safety and Mediation Centre Foundation (CMSC), Laura…

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You are not alone (Portuguese)

Yello!, the young people advising the Improving Justice in Child Contact project wanted children and young people affected by domestic violence to know that they are not alone. They designed two…

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If home is not safe (Portuguese)

Yello!, the young people advising the Improving Justice in Child Contact project wanted children and young people affected by domestic violence to know that they are not alone. They designed two…

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A major success from the Project IJCC in Bulgaria

Elena Krasteva, a lawyer at the Bulgarian Gender Research Foundation, describes the work they have been doing as part of the Improving Justice in Child Contact project to bring about changes to the…

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You are not alone (English)

Yello!, the young people advising the Improving Justice in Child Contact project wanted children and young people affected by domestic abuse to know that they are not alone. They designed two…

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