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Violence against women and their children touches the lives of all of us. At the Centre we believe women and their children have the right to live safe, happy and fulfilled lives. We are dedicated to working with organisations and individuals who help women and their children lead safer lives.

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Registrations Now Open – 2020 Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum

The team at QCDFVR warmly invites you to the 17th Annual Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum: Growing Stronger. Our much-loved event brings together workers and champions from across our state and beyond – to learn, share, inspire and work together to keep our families strong. This year our Forum will look different! Due to COVID19 social distancing regulations, and recognising how technology is changing all of our lives, the event will have two attendance options.

 

QCDFVR RE@DER

March Edition

 

The March 2021 edition of The Re@der is out now!
This issue covers interesting and topical issues, including:
➡ Women who use force in a domestic and family violence context
➡ Indigenous women’s experiences of domestic violence, help-seeking and recovering in regional Queensland
➡ Nolan White shares his perspectives, as a First Nations man, and based on his experiences as Senior Men’s Behaviour Change (MBC) Facilitator.
➡ Susie O’Brien, Manager of Mary and Martha’s Refuge, discusses the role of refuge in the lives of women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence.
➡ Associate Lecturer Ms Suewellyn Kelly reflects on the challenges and benefits of virtual delivery of training, based on her recent experiences and research.
➡ Learn more about micro-credentials, a contemporary form of professional development
Click below to view this edition of the Re@der.

Upcoming Events

Events organised by QCDFVR focus on creating and sharing knowledge and building collaborations to respond to domestic and family violence and sexual assault.  We arrange activities in a number of locations and wherever possible will record these for those who could not attend.

may 2021

12mayAll Day13Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum 2021ROYAL ON THE PARK

RESEARCH

Research and evidence are at the heart of QCDFVR’s work in preventing and responding to domestic and family violence.from Australia and overseas.

LEARNING

If you want to update your skills or re-skill you can peruse our list of relevant courses available in Australian universities.

RESOURCES

You can view presentation recordings and access our diverse publications, including factsheets here.

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