Olga Persson, Unizon, Allan Wade, Centre for Response-Based Practice, Peter Söderström, Another Development Foundation och Cathy Richardson, Centre for Response-Based Practice.  Foto: Mattias Ram.
Olga Persson, Unizon, Allan Wade, Centre for Response-Based Practice, Peter Söderström, Another Development Foundation och Cathy Richardson, Centre for Response-Based Practice. Foto: Mattias Ram.

Dignity 2018

Datum: 28 september 201830 september 2018
Ort: Stockholm

Unizon och Centre for Response-Based Practice, Kanada, välkomnar till internationella konferensen Dignity 2018 - Att synliggöra motstånd mot våld. 

Alla som utsätts för våld gör motstånd. Forskning visar att det språk som används för att skildra förövarens respektive den utsattas handlingar har stor betydelse både för våldsutsatta och för hur våldet förstås i samhället. På internationella konferensen Dignity belyser vi olika former av motstånd och vikten av att synliggöra motstånd, i samtal med kvinnor och barn som utsatts för våld såväl som på en samhällelig strukturell nivå. Vi lyfter även språket och språkets betydelse.

Hela programmet här / Full program here! 

Ur programmet: 
► Demystifying Dignity - Linda Coates, PhD Shelly Bonnah, PhD, and Allan Wade, PhD, Centre for Response-Based Practice, Canada
► Sexualized violence and Men´s Accountability - Olga Persson, Secretary-General, Unizon, Sweden, and Peter Söderström, Co-founder Another development foundation, Sweden
► Harm Reduction as Dignity-Driven Practice - Vikki Reynolds, PhD RCC activist/therapist, professor, Canada
► Our Modern History of Mens Violence Against Women Seen Through # Metoo Eyes - Hanna Olsson, psychotherapist, author, honorary Doctorate at University of Umeå, Sweden
► The ’sex industry’: nothing to do with sex, everything to do with violence and vulnerability - Anna Sander, co-founder of Talita, Josephine Appelqvist, co-founder of Talita, and Meghan Donevan, project initiator and manager of Reality Check, Talita, Sweden
►Extractive Violence on Indigenous Country: Sami and Aboriginal views on conflicts with extractive industries - Kristina Sehlin MacNeil, Postdoctoral Researcher, Vaartoe - Centre for Sami Reseach, University of Umeå, Sweden
► Indigenous responses to violence and state racism - Cathy Richardson, PhD, Canada, Ellacarin Blind, project leader at Swedish Sami National Association, Sweden, Donny Rikki, Maori psychotherapist of Ngapuhi and Ngati Paoa descent, New Zeeland, Ann Maje Raider, Executive Director of Liard Aboriginal Women's Society, Canada
► Social Responses to Women in Australia - Angela Hartwig, CEO, Women’s Council for Domestic & Family Violence Services, Western Australia 
► Mana & Mamatowisiwin: Maori and Metis Womens' responses to structural and gender violence - Cathy Richardson, PhD, and Donny Rikki, Maori psychotherapist of Ngapuhi and Ngati Paoa descent
► Same old Story - Linda Coates, PhD, and Allan Wade, PhD, Centre for Response-Based Practice, Canada

Datum: 28:e - 30:e september
Plats: Elite Hotel Marina, Saltsjöqvarns kaj 25, Stockholm, Sverige
Anmälan: senast 21:a september via http://dignity2018.axacoair.com/
Avgift: 3000 SEK, inklusive moms, lunch och fika för alla dagarna
Boka hotell: https://www.elite.se/en/conference-reservations/stockholm/hotel-marina-t...
Mer information: www.unizon.se/dignity2018

Välkomna till en unik konferens med möjlighet att möta och höra ledande akademiker, terapeuter, socialtjänstarbetare och aktivister från hela världen. Konferensen riktar sig till dig som arbetar mot våld, med våldsutsatta och våldsutövare, inom socialtjänst eller annat socialt arbete, terapeutiskt och såklart till dig som är intresserad av ovanstående. Konferensen hålls på engelska.

På bilden: Olga Persson, Unizon, Allan Wade, Centre for Response-Based Practice, Peter Söderström, Another Development Foundation och Cathy Richardson, Centre for Response-Based Practice. 
Foto: Mattias Ram. 

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In English:

The international conference Dignity 2018 celebrates the unending desire for dignity and justice evident in resistance to violence and other forms of injustice. We bring together practitioners, activists, and academics from Canada, New Zeeland, Australia, Kenya and Sweden with a common interest in improving social responses to all forms of violence and oppression, with a focus on genderbased
and colonial violence.

Topics include: Men’s violence against women and children, and how women resist violence. How children and youth resist violence. Porn-violence and how the porn industry has hijacked our sexuality. Controlled eating as resistance to violence. The connection between violence and language. Dignity-driven child protection practice. Honouring resistance in women’s shelters. Resistance to colonial violence against Sami and other Indigenous peoples. The colonial core of mental health practice. Individual and collective resistance.

Date: 28th - 30th of September
Location: Elite Hotel Marina, Saltsjöqvarns kaj 25, Stockholm, Sweden
Registration: via http://dignity2018.axacoair.com/ Final date September 21th
Conference fee: 3000 SEK, including lunch and coffee. No accomodation included,
reserve accomodation here: https://www.elite.se/en/conference-reservations/stockholm/hotel-marina-t...
More information: www.unizon.se/dignity2018

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