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Compelling and passionate speaker on gender-based violence, and intersecting inequalities, and able to share and discuss new state-of-the-art research.
Consultancy on the Coordinated Community Response (CCR) approach to domestic violence and abuse. Particular expertise on this related to children and health, and DVA perpetrator provision, to create effective strategic partnerships and local action plans.
Expert in the intersection between childhood domestic violence and abuse (DVA) and serious youth violence (SYV). Can advise local authorities on combining a CCR and public health approach to violence prevention. Able to produce detailed reports outlining gaps in current support and strategic provision.
Expertise in Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) work in the international development sector. Strong global research portfolio spanning six countries. Previously have advised on work with the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) and been involved in UK Aid-funded work in the Balkans.
Leading expert on music elicitation as both a research tool and an intervention tool with vulnerable groups. If you are looking for consultancy and/or training for your organisation in using music as a tool to reach vulnerable young people then get in touch. Dr Levell is also available to offer support and supervision for researchers who are interested in using music elicitation as a research tool in the social sciences.
Experienced Front-line GBV and Safeguarding Trainer. Experienced in delivering multi-agency training for front-line professionals. Including Level 3 Safeguarding training, Domestic abuse awareness, Preventing child sexual exploitation, and Abuse in young peoples relationships for the Tri-borough Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (LSCB) in West London. Qualified CEOP (Child exploitation and online protection) ambassador.
Advisor on EDI (Equality, Diversity and Inclusion) around gender inequality, including gender-based violence policies. Passionate about accessibility for parents and mothers in professional workplaces, including as students and scholars in university settings. Able to consult on gender-equality policies and procedures.
Open to writing commissions. If you are looking for analytic reflections on issues related to gender-based violence, gender equality, and masculinities, then get in touch. Experienced in writing in short and long form, including op-eds.
Prioritising Survivors. Due to a wide range of front-line work experience with survivors, personal experience, as well as in-depth life history research, the survivor’s voice, dignity, and humanity is always present and central in all of Dr Levell’s work.
Examples of Previous Speaking Engagements (Professional practitioner focused):
- Stockport Domestic Abuse Conference (2022) Sector3sk
- Dorset and Wiltshire Social Work Teaching Partnership (2021) on DVA perpetrator work
- British Association of Social Work (2020) ‘The Invisible Victims Webinar’
- Dorset and Wiltshire Social Work Teaching Partnership (2020) ‘Hidden Victims of DVA – from ACEs to gangs with Dr Jade Levell’
- WAVE (Women Against Violence Europe) Conference in Bulgaria (2013) on Domestic Violence and Health Interventions
- RESPECT Conference (2014) workshop on identifying male victims in health settings
- Domestic Violence Coordinators Network (DVCN) Conference (2013) on using the Coordinated Community Response approach to DV and Health.