As an international interdisciplinary project, DUVE works with academics, educators and healthcare practitioners from around the world. Much of the project is dedicated to training the trainers: teachers, midwives, early childhood educators and others who may relay their knowledge to the next generation of childcare professionals to prevent future incidences of childhood abuse.
We also work with aspiring professionals in the education and healthcare sectors: undergraduate and post-graduate students training to be teachers, early childhood educators, physicians and nurses. We facilitate exchange opportunities for these individuals and conduct seminars with them so they may participate in the exchange of knowledge we believe is key to reducing experiences of violence against children around the world.
Articles received by people inspired by the DUVE Project: http://duveproject.dk/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Kim-Anh-THE-SITUATION-OF-SOLUTIONS-IN-FAMILIES-IN-HCMC1.pdf
Recommended articles relevant to the DUVE Project:
- Louise F. Fitzgerald (2017) Still the last great open secret: Sexual harassment as systemic trauma, Journal of Trauma & Dissociation, 18:4, 483-489, DOI: 10.1080/15299732.2017.1309143.
- Robert W.S. Coulter (2017) Prevalence of Past-Year Sexual Assault Victimization Among Undergraduate Students: Exploring Differences by and Intersections of Gender Identity, Sexual Identity, and Race/Ethnicity. Prev Sci (2017) 18:726–736 DOI 10.1007/s11121-017-0762-8
- Robert T. Carter (2007) Racism and Psychological and Emotional Injury: Recognizing and Assessing Race-Based Traumatic Stress.