2009 - 2011

Daphne Project 2009 - 2011

Violence, Exploitation and Trafficking: Service User Perspectives

In March 2009, Newman University began a comparative study of community focused initiatives aimed at supporting women, children and young people who have been the victims of violence, exploitation or trafficking in 3 regions of the UK, Germany and Romania. This research was led by Newman University using a Collaborative Research Framework in partnership with Alice Salomon University, Germany and Lucian Blaga University, Romania. The study was funded by the European Commission's Daphne III Programme 2007 -2013 and was completed in February 2011.

Please click on the links below to read the Research Findings and locate more Learning Resources.

Professor Stan Tucker  
Read the full research findings here Read Professor Stan Tucker's Introduction to the report Click here for case studies, multi- media resources and further dissemination 
     
 

 

RELATED DOCUMENTS

pdf  Professor Tucker's Introduction to the Violence, Exploitation and Trafficking Report
Last updated: 24 February 2011

pdf  Violence, Exploitation and Trafficking: Service User Perspectives - A comparative study of community focused initiatives aimed at supporting women, children and young people who have been the victims of violence, exploitation or trafficking in 3 regions of the UK, Germany and Romania
Last updated: 24 February 2011

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