In 2018, the Learning Initiative on Norms, Exploitation, and Abuse (LINEA) at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and the Care and Protection of Children (CPC) Learning Network at Columbia University will jointly host a webinar series. The key theme of the series will be social norms as they relate to the fields of gender-based violence, violence against children, sexual exploitation and the abuse of children and adolescents.
How can we better understand what norms underlie and sustain such violence and exploitation, and how can we transform them through promoting positive norms for child and adolescent development and well-being? Academics, practitioners, and activists will share their latest learning about the linkages between social norms and violence, exploitation, and abuse. We aim to profile the most cutting-edge research and programming to advance knowledge and understanding of these issues among members of our networks and beyond.
Those interested are invited to explore the riveting and ground-breaking approach of how understanding the impact of social norms can present itself as a novel avenue to address issues surrounding the prevention of all forms of violence, exploitation and abuse of children and adolescents.
Here are the upcoming webinars as well as recordings of past webinars:
|Webinar Title||Presenter(s)||Date||Time||Registration Link|
|Nigeria turns purple! Innovative approaches to creating and measuring social norms change: experience from V4C in Nigeria||Caroline Enye,|
|May 31, 2018||8:00 AM - 9:30 AM EDT||Watch the Recording Here|
|Social network analysis as an innovative tool for identifying reference groups||Dr. Holly Shakya, Assistant Professor of Global Public Health at UCSD||June 14, 2018||3:00 PM - 4:00 PM UTC||Watch the Recording Here|
|CARE | Tipping Point project - Challenging Evaluation Norms: Photovoice, Sensemaker® & Assessing Social Norms Change Interventions||Elizabeth Brezovich, Senior Technical Advisor, Design, MEL and Operations, Tipping Point | CARE||July 18, 2018||9:00 AM - 10:00 AM EDT||Watch the Recording Here|
|How Social Norms Can Reflect and Create Social Inequalities||Dr. Stefanie Mollborn, Institute of Behavioral Science and Department of Sociology, University of Colorado Boulder||August 3, 2018||11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT||Watch the Recording Here|
|“The body is a sexual object, right?”: Community Perceptions of Transactional Sex with Children and Adolescent Girls, a Qualitative Study in Favelas of Rio de Janeiro||Caroline F. Ignacio, Research Coordinator at Instituto Promundo & Linda Cerdeira, Program Coordinator at Instituto Promundo||February 22, 2019||9:00 AM - 10:00 AM EST||Watch the Recording Here|