Peer support for young people who have experienced sexual violence? the rationale and key themes from the literature: briefing paper two
AffiliationUniversity of Bedfordshire
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AbstractThis briefing is based on a review of the literature that was carried out in preparation for a scoping study that aimed to learn lessons from those engaged in peer support interventions for young people who had experienced sexual violence. This briefing paper: Provides a rationale outlining why there may be value in peer support interventions for young people who have experienced sexual violence. Considers the spectrum of activities that have elements of peer based work. Outlines key themes from the limited existing research on peer support for those impacted by sexual violence. Outlines relevant themes arising in the broader literature on peer support.
CitationCody C, Peace D (2020) 'Peer support for young people who have experienced sexual violence? the rationale and key themes from the literature: briefing paper two '. : .
PublisherUniversity of Bedfordshire
SponsorsUndertaken with support from Oak Foundation
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