PRESENTED BY: Graham Barnes, Battered Women’s Justice Project
This presentation was delivered by Graham Barnes (a resource specialist with the Battered Women’s Justice Project in Minneapolis, Minnesota) at the recent ‘Developing Integrated Responses to Domestic and Family Violence in Australia: The Next Step’ Forum, in Brisbane. This forum was proudly hosted by Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network (QDVSN) and sponsored by QDVSN and QCDFVR and supported by Queensland Government.
Graham Barnes has been a resource specialist with the Battered Women’s Justice Project in Minneapolis, Minnesota since 2005. He consults with federal grantees nationally on developing their coordinated community response to domestic violence, trains for professional institutes such as the Office on Violence Against Women, presents internationally through The Advocates for Human Rights and other agencies, and teaches Duluth’s Creating a Process of Change For Men Who Batter Curriculum. Graham has co-authored a number of written resources for practitioners, including the 2011 version of the men’s curriculum.