PLEASE NOTE – THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL THURSDAY 21 JANUARY 2021. CLICK ON REGISTRATION LINK BELOW FOR FURTHER DETAILS.
Innovative perspectives – a new conversation about domestic violence and where to from here…
Helen Oxenham OAM, Founder of Spirit of Woman and the inspiration behind The Place of Courage, invites you to our first webinar providing thought leadership and fresh perspectives to the domestic and family violence (DFV) discourse.
Spirit of Woman aims to advance the DFV conversation by looking at unique, innovative ways to tackle DFV – with The Place of Courage being just one of them. This webinar explores a raft of other possible interventions to improve the DFV crisis and our response. It will be eye-opening and enlightening – unlike other conversations about this issue.
So what are you waiting for? Register for our free webinar:
“Business as Unusual – How 2020 has changed the game for managing domestic violence”
What’s the webinar about?
In 2020 the world changed. Not only has the pandemic increased the incidence of domestic and family violence (DFV) in our community, but it is becoming increasingly clear that we cannot simply return to working and supporting clients, patients and communities as we did in the past.
So what do we do?
Hear from our incredible panel of experts to find out!
When: Thursday, 10 December 2020
Where: Online event
Time: 2.30pm to 3.30pm
KERRY CARRINGTON, QLD
Kerry Carrington is the Research Professor in the School of Justice in the Faculty of Law at Queensland University of Technology. She is the lead chief investigator on an Australian Research Council Discovery Project ‘Preventing Gender Violence: Lessons from the Global South.’
DAVID TULLY, SA
David Tully is the Practice Manager for a Specialised Family Violence Program at Relationships Australia SA. He has over 20 years’ experience working with families to address and reduce domestic violence in prevention and intervention.
HAYLEY FOSTER, NSW
Hayley Foster is the Centre Manager/Violence Prevention Specialist at Northern Rivers Community Legal Centre and the NSW Representative of the National Women’s Safety Network (WESNET).
SC JUSTIN HOUSTON, SA
SC Mr Justin Houston has been a Police Officer for over 15 years. His current role is Police and Training Officer for SAPOL Family and Domestic Violence Section where he works with a team of officers dedicated to improving DV victim management as well as perpetrator accountability.