An Executive Summary of the Report and Survey - SILENT HARM - A review of support for survivors of gender-based violence with International Sign and accessible online.
For a downloadable pdf version please visit our downloads sections page
SILENT HARM - A review of support for survivors of gender-based violence
Napier, J., L, Leeson, M. Del-Pozo-Triviño, D. Casado-Neira, H. Sheikh, G. Harold, L. Clark, L. Quigley, L. O’Dowd, B. Longa-Alonso, S. Pérez-Freire and C. Cabeza-Pereiro. (2023), Silent Harm: A review of support for survivors of gender-based violence, CDS/SLSCS Monograph Series No. 6, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin.
A training course for continuous professional development for police forces, first point of contact staff, spoken and sign language interpreters who deal with victims of GBV has been specifically designed in the form of a training manual that is available online and downloadable as an interactive pdf from the link below. This can be viewed on a desktop, tablet or phone. Yo do require a broadband connection to ensure that you can access the features such as links to videos as hyperlinks to external sources.
In this documentary we look at deaf survivors of DSGBV recount their stories and experiences of interactions in different scenarios. These are based on true stories. The film has been produced by a team of deaf and hearing researchers at Heriot-Watt University and produced by the JUSTISIGNS 2 team in Scotland and Ireland.
Resources and information for victims of GBV and how to access services have been developed for a variety of service providers, survivors and interpreters. Check out the download section for more.
Training resources for spoken and sign language interpreters who interpreter in triadic interactions between victims and support professionals such as police, counsellors and legal professionals.
Practical and specialist training for police and interpreters have been organised in each country and will continue to run through 2023 focussing on training in a variety of areas.
Check out the local project partner for training in your locality.
The glossary includes 33 key most often used terms, providing the term, the definition and a suggested sign (or more than one sign, or a combination of signs) for the term in British Sign Language (BSL).
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