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Keynote Panel: How different national, cultural and institutional contexts frame sexual violence and disclosure.

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Marta Luxan (Universidad del país Vasco / Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea - UPV/EHU, Spain)

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Keynote Panel: How different national, cultural and institutional contexts frame sexual violence and disclosure.

  1. 1. Jokin Azpiazu Carballo Mila Amurrio Velez Marta Luxan Serrano [University of the Basque Country, UPV/EHU]project code: JUST/2014/RDAP/AG/VICT/7401
  2. 2. National context, legal and administrative level(1) Analytical key: legal frame UPV/EHU’s 2011 Protocol Against Gender-Based Violence is currently being revisited 2004 law ✗ gender-based violence frame ✗ partner/ex-partner violence ✗ little development of preventive mesaures Impact ✗ limitations when answering to all situations of SV ✗ central position of legal reports in the university pathways
  3. 3. National context, legal and administrative level(1) Analytical key: administrative configuration of the Spanish state National diversity in Spain ✗ different levels of administrations and regulations Impact ✗ tensions between different measures/regulations
  4. 4. Cultural context(2) Analytical key: growing concern on sexual violence An increasing interest in sexual violence and in the ways to confront it. Impact In our case it has been easier to: ✗ Include our training in the official training offer of the uni. ✗ Rise some issues for the new protocol of the UPV/EHU Not necessarily ensures openess to tackling SV in all universities
  5. 5. Institutional context Analytical keys: ✗ Campus life characteristics ✗ Existence (or non-existence) of a permanent structure for gender and sexuality issues ✗ Pressence of associations and groups ✗ Size of the institution ✗ Existence (or non-existence) of protocols and/or regulations
  6. 6. Institutional context, University of the Basque Country ✗ Is there such thing as “campus life”? ✗ The role of the Equality Office (since 2009) ✗ Strong associative presence (feminist and LGBTIQ groups included) ✗ Big university (50.000 students, 5.000 staff members) ✗ Protocol against gender-based violence (in process of thorough revision)
  7. 7. The USVreact Project (JUST/2014/RDAP/AG/VICT/7401) is co-funded by the European Commission, its publications and communications reflect the views only of the authors, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use made of the information contained therein.

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