Hosted by Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network
This excellent conference brings international speakers to Brisbane to support local, regional and state-based systems to strengthen coordination and collaboration, protect victim survivors and hold perpetrators accountable by presenting a variety of learnings as well as practical tools. The QDVSN invite DV Sector staff, Prosecutors, Police, Magistrates, Legal Representatives, Department of Justice staff and others to the table to share timely and positive opportunities to break down barriers and develop possible partnerships and collaborative efforts across. The conference aims to be practical, experiential, useful and affordable. This conference will be useful especially if you are a part of an Integrated Response, starting and Integrated Response or have been hearing about Integrated Responses coming your way!
- Where: Brisbane, QLD
- Venue: Hilton Hotel, 190 Elizabeth Street, Brisbane Qld 4000
- When: 8th – 10th May 2018
- Cost: $800pp – Government Departments | $600pp – NGO’s | $400pp – Rural & Remote (more than 200 kms from Brisbane)
For further information please contact SecretaryQDVSN@dvac.org.au or download the flyer HERE!
The Domestic Violence Prevention Centre GC Inc. is delighted to advise that the ‘Safe after Separating Symposium’ is now open for bookings. The allocation of free tickets are limited to 5 per organisation. Additional tickets can be purchased for $100 per ticket.
Where: Surfers Paradise, Queensland
Venue: QT Surfers Paradise | 7 Staghorn Avenue | Surfers Paradise
When: 8:15am, 11th May 2018
For further information please contact Louise Gorman | 07 5591 4222
Download the flyer HERE.
Download the program HERE.
Join ANROWS for its 2nd National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children from Tuesday 15–Thursday 17 May 2018 at the Sofitel Sydney Wentworth. The theme for the conference is Acting on Evidence. The conference features leading researchers, policy-makers and practitioners from around the country, teamed together to discuss new evidence in the prevention of violence against women and their children, and its application to policy and practice.
Key topics include:
- Responding to violence against women in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities
- Service provision in complex contexts
- Women’s economic security following family violence
- Data in response to and prevention of violence against women
- Technology facilitated abuse
- Young people and violence: prevention and intervention
- Experiences of sexual violence among trans women
- Responses to violence and abuse for women and girls with disabilities
- Service responses supporting refugee and immigrant women
- Major policy reforms and reviews
- Where: Sydney, NSW
- Venue: Sofitel Sydney Wentworth
- When: 15th to 17th May 2018
For more information on sessions and speakers download the Conference Program HERE