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Brunel lecturer leads the Gap Work project, challenging gender-related violence against children and young people
Dr Pam Alldred, Director of the Centre for Youth Work Studies, is leading a pan European project to reduce gender-related violence against and by children and young people. The project is co-funded by the European Union’s Daphne III programme which ‘aims to contribute to the protection of children, young people and women against all forms of violence’ and runs 2013-2015.
Prizes this year were generously provided by Geoff Rodgers, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Research, and the Graduate School.
One of our part time PhD students, Anna Pettican, is doing her research with the PMA.
The PMA Sports Academy is a registered charity that was founded by Janette Hynes, an occupational therapist. Since 2010 Anna has been researching with the PMA using a participatory action research approach to evaluate the value and nature of participation from a service user perspective. She registered within the Centre for Participation at Brunel and her PhD studies are supervised by Dr Wendy Bryant and Dr Cherry Kilbride, with Prof Peter Beresford as my Director of Studies.
The School of Health Sciences and Social Care would like to Congratulate the Prize Winners awarded at Graduation.