Queensland’s policy and practice landscape has changed dramatically in recent months, as is reflected in the Queensland Women’s Strategy, the Not Now, Not Ever- Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Strategy 2016-2026 and the developing Queensland Violence Against Women Prevention Plan. It is time to bring together the State’s researchers to create a community of scholars who are “building (the) evidence base” to prevent and respond to domestic and family violence and sexual assault”.
The Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence, CQUniversity is partnering with other Queens- land universities to convene a Research Symposium featuring keynote speakers, including representatives from the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention; group discussions/ presentations; small group interactions, and one-on-one time with research mentors.
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.
|Date:||23rd & 24th February 2017|
|Venue:||Ocean International Hotel|
|Cost:||Refer to Events Page for further information|
Click here to register interest as a participant or presenter.
Click here to download the flyer.