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We Still Fight in the Dark: Evaluation Findings, Reflections, and Lessons for Policy & Practice

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Cathy McIlwaine, Niall Sreenan, Carolina Cal Angrisani, Renata Peppl, Isabela Miranda Gomes

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherKing's College London
Number of pages43
Published28 Oct 2022


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This document reports on co-produced creative arts-based research conducted with Brazilian migrant women survivors in London, who have experienced direct and indirect forms of gender-based violence. Working with Migrants in Action (MinA), a community theatre organisation, this project sought to develop and deliver a series of experimental, co-produced and creative applied arts workshops and an audiovisual installation with Brazilian migrant women survivors in order to capture and illuminate Brazilian women’s institutional and creative stories as a form of community healing and rights-claiming. In
doing so, we also sought to evaluate whether and how engagement in this research might improve these women’s wellbeing and to use these insights to inform a set of practical recommendations for policy and practice.

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