Protecting Children from Domestic Violence: It takes the whole community
Join psychologist and founding partner of Western's Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children, Peter Jaffe, for this inaugural lecture on ending domestic violence. Peter will highlight the problem of domestic violence, discuss protecting children and provide responses on how we as a society can overcome this problem in our communities.
This is a complimentary virtual event that begins at 1 p.m. Eastern Time (find your local time zone). A link to join the program will be emailed to you upon registration. This event will be closed captioned in both French and English.
In lieu of a registration fee, please consider making a donation to the Peter Jaffe Lectures on Ending Domestic Violence. Your generosity will continue Dr. Peter Jaffe's legacy in this critical area of research.
Trigger Warning: This webcast contains content about domestic violence which may be triggering.
Peter Jaffe Lectures on Ending Domestic Violence
Western has launched a lecture series to honour Peter Jaffe, a psychologist and professor emeritus at the Faculty of Education who was a founding partner in the creation of the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women and Children in 1992, and was the Acting Director from 2005-2021. He has influenced generations of researchers, mental health professionals, lawyers, judges, school systems, families, and individual children. The Peter Jaffe lectures on Ending Domestic Violence is a yearly event that invites an anti-violence researcher to present a public lecture on their research.
This event will be recorded.
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