Children Bereaved by Domestic Homicide: The implications for home, relationships and identity
Join Western's Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children for the annual Peter Jaffe Lectures on Ending Domestic Violence.
This year's lecture features a keynote from Dr. John Devaney that will explore the implications for home, relationships and identity when a child is bereaved by domestic homicide.
Content Warning: This event discusses content about domestic homicides and violence, which may be difficult for participants.
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Dr. Devaney is the Centenary Chair of Social Work and the Dean of the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh (UK). His research spans the broad area of family violence, with a particular focus on child homicide, child maltreatment, child welfare policy, domestic violence, and the impact of adversity in childhood across the life course.
About the Peter Jaffe Lectures on Ending Domestic Violence:
Western has launched a lecture series to honour Dr. Peter Jaffe, a psychologist and professor emeritus at the Faculty of Education. Dr. Jaffe is a founding partner of the Centre for Research & Education on Violence Against Women & Children, serving as its Academic Director from 2005-2021. He has influenced generations of researchers, mental health professionals, lawyers, judges, school systems, families and 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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