Online course on violence
NCK has developed an online basic introductory course on men’s violence against women and violence in close relationships.
The course is cross-disciplinary and aims to increase the competency among professionals who in their line of work encounter women and children subjected to violence, and/or perpetrators of violence. The course targets social care staff but can be used by staff working in other fields, such as health care, education or law. The course is free of charge and is available to the general public.
English translation now available
The course teaches the basics about men’s violence against women and violence in close relationships and discusses
- the extent of violence and its causes
- the nature, mechanisms and consequences of violence
- the normalisation and break-up processes
- society’s responsibility and how to ask about experiences of being subjected to violence
- violence against vulnerable groups.
An English translation of the course is now available.
Produced in collaboration with the National Board of Health and Welfare and national county administrative boards, the online course is based on more than 20 years of experience teaching violence against women as a subject at university level. The course was launched in September 2016 and has more than 100.000 registrered users.
The online course about violence is presented at European conference
The National Centre for Knowledge on Men’s Violence against Women participated in the “Fourth European Conference on Domestic Violence”, which took place 13–15 September 2021, to present five years of experience using the online course on violence to educate about men’s violence against women.
The conference, which brought together researchers and professionals, was arranged by the University of Ljubljana and was held digitally due to the pandemic.