Archive for webinar

Lecture: Policing HBV

I like to time my lectures by recording them. It’s a bit obsessive, admittedly, but it does mean I end up with MP3s I can use. I did put these up on Slideshare, but they have now deleted all audio, so my lecture from last year is lost to the ages. I’ve rerecorded it – with a few changes – and embedded a slideshow so you can play along at home. I wish I had a sound effect of Tinkerbell ringing her little bell, but I’ve just said ‘Next slide’ or something like that instead.

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Agnation, collectivity and ‘honour’

Now I’ve worked out how to use Garage Band, I can make my presentations available as podcasts as well as slidecasts. So take your pick!

Triggers for HBV

Triggers for HBV

View another webinar from Joanne Payton
A new webinar for HBVA, this time using their inhouse style for the slides.

Honour and the surveillance culture

This 5 minute webinar, part of a series I’m producing for HBVA, is about collectivism and surveillance culture, intended to help service providers identify the risks and understand the need for discretion and confidentiality.

HBV within the framework of violence against women

Questions of honour

Short (5 minutes) presentation on how ‘honour’-based violence can be described fits in as a sub-category to the broader conceptualisation of violence against women.