Day 1: A European perspective (includes launch of the RCPV toolkit)
Day 2: Responding to Child to Parent Violence: Research and policy to practice.
The programme included a mixture of keynote speeches, panel sessions and interactive workshops. All plenary sessions were interpreted into and from English, Bulgarian, Swedish and Spanish for the convenience of speakers and delegates.
- Restorative approaches, safeguarding and risk in CPV work
- Developing mutually respectful relationships
- Challenging power, control and discrimination in CPV
- Awareness-raising and preventative approaches
Conference panel discussions
Panel 1:Young people and their relationships with their parents/carers and CPV
Panel 2: Innovative practice with parents in their relationships with their children and CPV
Panel 3: Gender and identity when working with CPV
Panel 4: Data and evidence and messages from the conference re policy
This event was one of two project conferences: one at the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG) on 12 and 13 June 2014 and one at the University of Brighton (UoB) on 28 and 29 January 2015. The project conferences were attended by 322 delegates from a range of agencies and seven different European countries with a shared interest in developing understanding, awareness and responses to child to parent violence.
The following toolkits and manuals have been devised:
NVR Handbook for Practitioners
B4C Parenting Programme Sweden
For further information, resources and final reports, please visit the RCPV website
and SSPARC’s own project page