Gender-based Violence in Higher Education International Workshop to Connect Ongoing Research
The workshop provides a platform for scientific exchange on various aspects relating to the study of gender-based violence (GBV) in universities and research institutions in Europe, including sexualized violence such as sexual harassment and gendered cyber bullying. The workshop is an opportunity to connect your research to other researchers' ongoing work. We will have presentations and open space sessions to deepen the discussions and network. Our working language will be English. We invite submissions which address the following aspects:
- Forms of gender-based violence and harassment, case studies focusing on specific academic disciplines, institutions, countries, or status groups.
- Measuring and analyzing GBV on campus, including the prevalence, gender stereotyping in questionnaires, measurement instruments, measurement bias, coverage bias, multivariate analysis of GBV, the role of intersecting characteristics e.g. gender identity, ability, age, social status, and research ethics.
- The relationship between GBV and perceptions of harassment with gender regimes, stereotyping, sexism, prejudices, social competences, political inclinations, and extremism.
- Research findings on interventions against GBV in higher education, including training, policies and legal frameworks, as well as bystander interventions, etc. How to submit We encourage proposals from researchers from a variety of backgrounds.
Please submit a) your cover letter (max. 300 words), and b) an abstract of the research you would like to present (max. 700 words) by email to gbv-in- email@example.com by 12 March 2019. Please provide the title of the abstract, author names, and affiliations with your abstract. You will be notified about acceptance by 25 March 2019. Please indicate in your cover letter whether you wish to facilitate an open space discussion (and the topic) in addition to your presentation, state your motivation to attend the event.