This webinar will focus on pupils’ experiences and perceptions of domestic violence education in Northern Ireland. The session will explore results from a study of 188 pupils aged 16-18 attending post-primary schools - the first study of its kind undertaken in a Northern Ireland context.
At the end of this discussion, we will highlight recommendations to facilitate education’s role in preventing domestic violence.
This event focuses on a youth-led study that explored young people’s opinions on domestic violence. Using qualitative analysis, pupils identified the barriers to domestic violence education, and recommendations to facilitate education’s role in preventing domestic violence were highlighted.
Dr Stephanie Maguire, Research Associate of Psychology at Ulster University
Open to all.
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