Welcome Blanche and Laura to the ICRH team!
The chat project started one year ago at ICRH Belgium. Through the Chat, they are offering support and attentive listening to the victims or their support figures and also give them all the information they need. At the same time,...
At the beginning of this month we welcome two new chatters to the French speaking chat team.
Blanche is one of the new colleagues at the French speaking Chat after sexual violence team at ICRH Belgium. Blanche is recently graduated as a clinical psychologist at ULB (Brussels), she continued her education through a formation about victimology and psycho-traumatology. Afterwards, she was hoping for a job in the area of psycho-trauma and found this incredible project. She is very excited about new clinical methods and the Chat after Sexual Violence is a great opportunity for her to start her professional life.
As a scientific researcher, Blanche Leblon started working for the Chat after sexual violence three evenings a week, in French at ICRH Belgium.
Also Laura joined the French speaking Chat after sexual violence team at ICRH Belgium
Laura graduated last year in June as a clinical psychologist at Ghent University. Afterwards she worked as a consultant for a few months, but her heart soon yearned for the clinical world again. So she ended up in the project Chat after Sexual Violence at ICRH Belgium.
On 02/03 she started a new adventure as a scientific researcher on the pilotage of the chatline project after sexual violence.
The International Centre for Reproductive Health is signatory to the Girl Charter on Ending FGM and Child, Early and Forced Marriage
Els Leye attended the Girl Summit 2014, hosted by the UK Government and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF), in London on July 22 2014. The summit aimed at building on current efforts and rallying a global movement to end...
Getuigenissen over vrouwen en geweld -- dinsdag 14/05
Wereldwijd worden heel wat vrouwen slachtoffer van geweld. ICRH, het International Centre for Reproductive Health, (Universiteit Gent) probeert o.a. op basis van internationaal onderzoek dit probleem in kaart te brengen en zo ook bij te dragen tot de preventie ervan.
Adolescent pregnancy & motherhood: Synergies between the developed and developing context
Dr. Sarah Johns (School of Anthropology and Conservation, University of Kent, UK) will give a public lecture on Tuesday, March 5th, 2019 from 1-2pm at ICRH about her research to understand human reproductive timing and evolved sexual behaviour.