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21 October - 17 November
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Developing Best Practice for Victims of Sexual Violence with Learning Disabilities.

Online exhibition of co-created visual resources

Outline of a hand with written text around it

Lifelong wellbeing theme

Professional audiences

What’s on offer?

The online event will share co-created sources developed with the Us Too group - a group of women with learning disabilities and/or autism who have experienced sexual or domestic violence.

What’s it about?

During the project, co-researchers (academics and women with lived experience) have co-created a film (Us Too: Alisha’s Story), a theatre-based training course (delivered to over 100 police officers and practitioners in Durham) and a series of visual resources.

Who’s leading the event?

Alison Jobe. Associate Professor, Department of Sociology at Durham University

Open to


Of particular interest to

Professional Criminal Justice Agencies, police officers and practitioners

Event Booking details