The countdown is on to the Not Now Not Ever Gendered Violence Research Symposium, and it’s not too late to be a part of this unique learning experience.
Join researchers and practitioners in tropical Queensland for a two day exploration of state, national and global issues.
The Symposium Organising Group is delighted to welcome international keynote speakers Professors Hillary Haldane and Gael Strack and Dr William Smock, all visiting from the US.
- Fulbright Scholar Professor Hillary Haldane has conducted research on the relationship between Indigenous rights and violence against women since 1997, and has taught at Quinnipiac University since 2007, where she directs the anthropology program. Hillary has published two books and numerous articles and book chapters on the problem of gender-based violence, as well as published policy papers for addressing violence at the international and national levels.
- Professor Gael Strack, Esq., is the CEO of Alliance for HOPE International and oversees the Alliance’s Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention. She is a former prosecutor and the founding Director of the San Diego Family Justice Center. She spearheaded much of the initial work and research on strangulation crimes from a prosecutor’s perspective.
- Dr William Smock, MD, is a member of the National Strangulation Training Institute Advisory Team. He is a Police Surgeon, Louisville Metro Police Department, Louisville, Kentucky.
The Symposium is designed for researchers at all levels who are working in the field of gendered violence. Practitioners and policy makers from the range of sectors associated with gendered violence are invited to share in this experience.
Register today to avoid missing out on this great opportunity!
Seats are limited and we’d love to see you in north Queensland.
Please click HERE to register.