Join us for a free webinar on Thursday 13 April at 2pm BST. Hosted by the Learning Initiative on Norms, Exploitation and Abuse (LINEA), this webinar will be presented by Mady Cisse, Monitoring, Evaluation Research and Learning (MERL) Department Director, and … Continue reading →
The LINEA Network is made up of partners in research, programming, policy, advocacy and funding who work to prevent the sexual exploitation and abuse of young people. The Network, an open forum, has a monthly newsletter notifying the network of recent … Continue reading →
This new report, published by International Organisation for Migration (IOM), was led by Dr Cathy Zimmerman and authored by Dr Ana Maria Buller and Hanni Stoklosa of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
In LINEA’s June webinar, Dr Mark Capaldi and Dorine van der Keurk presented the Global Study on Sexual Exploitation of Children in Travel and Tourism report. The webinar was in collaboration with the Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive, and Child Health … Continue reading →
According to this report, led by SaME’s Dr Karen Devries, children with disabilities living in Malawi and Uganda are particularly at risk of experiencing high levels of violence. The Protect Us! Study, commissioned by Plan International, found that 84% of children with disabilities … Continue reading →
The London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine’s (LSHTM) Three Minute Thesis competition final took place on 10 May 2016. SaME would like to congratulate health economist Matthew Quaife on winning second place at the event!
A social science and humanities perspective is essential to the HIV response. STRIVE will co-host a one-day conference at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) on 20 June 2016 as a platform for voices from the field, organised … Continue reading →
Dr Erin Stern, new member of the SaME group and Research Fellow at the Gender Violence Health Centre (GVHC), introduced the Indashyikirwa research at an event for the Masters of Global Health programme at the University of Global Health Equity … Continue reading →