Violence against Women and Girls and technology: a conversation which is desperately needed
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This blog summarises a roundtable discussing how technology has a role to play in tackling violence against women and girls.
- Oct 17, 2022
Devon and Cornwall’s Serious Violence Prevention Programme and lessons for the forthcoming Duty
In this blog, the Serious Violence Prevention team in Devon and Cornwall reflect on the work they’ve conducted over the last two years.
- Jun 19, 2022
Getting the message? What adults think about the use by children of end-to-end encryption
Joe Caluori sets out the findings from our latest polling looking at children's use of end-to-end encryption in social media apps.
- Jun 17, 2022
Project: Serious Violence Research
Crest is running a two-year programme of work examining the underlying causes and drivers of serious violence.
- Feb 4, 2022
Drill down: Drill music, social media and serious youth violence
In the first of two ‘long reads’, Joe Caluori and Patrick Olajide look at the controversies surrounding ‘Drill’ music.
- Dec 17, 2021
Serious Violence – will government policy be enough?
Harvey Redgrave shines a light on the policy implications arising from Crest’s research
- Oct 8, 2021
A fresh start: improving the mental wellbeing of young people in the justice system
Analyst intern Delene Adams reflects on how her psychology degree shaped her time working at Crest Advisory
- Jun 22, 2021
The 6-slides briefing: County Lines
At Crest, we've been conducting extensive research into county lines and have compiled a briefing on the issue.
- May 7, 2021
The best way to tackle youth violence? Ask young people
Crest Analyst Madeline Rolfe considers the steps required to engage with young people to tackle youth violence.
- Feb 5, 2021
Violence and Vulnerability
This report explores the issue of vulnerability as a driver of serious violence, focusing on young people.
- Oct 14, 2020
Project: Drivers of Serious Violence: Vulnerability
The third phase of Crest's programme of research into drivers of serious violence examines vulnerability.
- Oct 14, 2020
Misinterpreting trauma: why young people fall through the cracks when it comes to serious violence
What lessons can we learn from those who work with the most vulnerable young people experiencing serious violence?
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