NATIONAL CENTRE FOR KNOWLEDGE ON MEN'S VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN
The National Centre for Knowledge on Men's Violence against Women (NCK) is a knowledge and resource centre based at Uppsala University and Uppsala University Hospital, commissioned by the Swedish government.
The online course now translated into English
The online course on men’s violence against women and violence in close relationships has now been translated into English. To access the English version, please do as follows.
- If you have an account: Under "Menu", click on "My Account". Select English under "Desired language".
- If you do not have an account, either click on "In English" on the start page, or create an account and select your choice of language under "Desired language".
The film clips in the course are in Swedish with English subtitles. The group track is not available in English. Read more about the course on men's violence against women
Violence and Health in Sweden
Exposure to violence (sexual, physical and psychological) is a serious and widespread problem, for the individual as well as for society. Knowledge about the prevalence and consequences of violence is strictly limited in Sweden as well as in the rest of the world, not least in terms of the connection between early exposure and consequences later in life.
NCK has initiated a research project entitled "Violence and Health. Women's and men's exposure to violence from a life-course and population perspective – A national study." In the study 10,000 women and 10,000 men between the ages of 18 and 74 were invited to participate in a survey and register study on exposure to violence. The study also includes questions regarding health and life circumstances.
Learn more about the "Violence and Health" research project
"Violence and health in Sweden" in full length (pdf)