These briefing papers collect and present the findings of the research on intimate teenage violence carried out in the framework of the STIR project – Safeguarding Teenage Intimate Relationships.
The research involved more than 4,000 young people aged 14-17 in the UK, Norway, Cyprus, Italy and Bulgaria.
Intimate Teenage Violence is understood as violence in teenage couples, exercised both online (through sexting, sharing of intimate images, etc.) and offline (physical, psychological, etc.).
Qualitative and quantitative data were analyzed and are the focus of these briefing papers.