The Australian Law Reform Commission Report on the Family Law System: Implications for Domestic Violence

The Australian Law Reform Commission Report on the Family Law System: Implications for Domestic Violence

The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) Review of the Family Law System is the first comprehensive review of Australia’s family law system since its commencement more than 40 years ago.The ALRC Report on the Review of the Family Law System findings and recommendations have serious implications for domestic violence, and women and children will be deeply affected by how they are implemented. Please join us for an interactive discussion and networking luncheon to consider the report and recommendations for domestic violence cases as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

This is a partnership event between Brisbane Domestic Violence Service and QUT Law. Read more

Upcoming Symposium: Workplace Responses to Domestic and Family Violence

1 in every 3 women will experience domestic violence in their lifetime and two people die every week from domestic and family violence. The vast majority of workplaces in Australia have both survivors and perpetrators of violence in the workforce and have a critical role to play to enable change.
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PartnerSPEAK Symposium: The impact of online child abuse offending on families

Natalie Walker, a student in JS12, QUT’s Graduate Certificate in Domestic Violence, founded PartnerSPEAK, an online peer support forum for people concerned about child exploitation material viewed by their partners or other family members. PartnerSPEAK is hosting its first symposium. Details are below. Read more

Call for Abstracts: Not Now, Not Ever Research Symposium

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CJRC Associate Professor Molly Dragiewicz is a member of the organising group for the Not Now, Not Ever Research Symposium to be held at The Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (QCDFVR) at Central Queensland University on Thursday 23rd & Friday 24th February 2017. Read more

Last week to register for upcoming CJRC symposium – “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider”

David BowiePlease join us for an upcoming symposium “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider” hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The symposium will be held on Monday 15 August 2016 from 3-6pm at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

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Reminder – Register Now for Upcoming Event – “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider”

David BowiePlease join us for an upcoming symposium “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider” hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The symposium will be held on Monday 15 August 2016 from 3-6pm at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

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“Tainted Love”: A symposium exploring the reality of romance fraud – Video Recording Available Online Now!

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Earlier this year, the Crime and Justice Research Centre hosted symposium exploring the realities of romance fraud. The event featured a number of guest speakers, including romance scam victim Sharon Armstrong who shared her story and experience. The event was recorded and is now available for viewing online.  Read more

Upcoming Symposium Hosted by CJRC – “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider

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Please join us for an upcoming symposium “Monsters, Rebels, and Queers: Justice and the Outsider” hosted by the Crime and Justice Research Centre. The symposium will be held on Monday 15 August 2016 from 3-6pm at QUT Gardens Point Campus.

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