WHO ARE WE?

The Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association hosts the STOP Domestic Violence Conference.

Our annual conference attracts professionals vested in ending domestic and family violence. This is a space to share research, projects and industry developments.

From lived experience speakers through to academics, our programs are diverse and inclusive. We provide a platform for all opinions, experiences and insights, to help break the cycle of domestic violence.

With support from industry partners and sponsors, we can continue to spread the word on an issue affecting thousands of Australians.

PROGRAM COMMITTEE

Ms Emma Gierschick, White Ribbon Advocate, Children of Disability Australia

Mr Scott Holmes, Manager Practice Development, Our Watch

Detective Inspector Marc Hogan, Gold Coast District, Queensland Police Service, Australia

Ms Kym Tighe (BSW), Domestic and Family Violence Co-ordinator, Social Work and Support Services, Cancer Access and Support Services (CASS), Gold Coast Health

Ms Karyn Walsh, CEO, Micah Projects

Ms Peta Wootton, Change Maker & Consultant

Presentation Submissions Close
14 June 2019

Program Available
22 July 2019

Super Early-Bird Closes
3 May 2019

OUR CONFERENCE EXPERIENCE COMMITMENT

We are committed to breaking the cycle.

That is why we have sourced some of Australia’s most influential and dedicated professionals to share their experiences and ideas in the domestic and family violence sector.

To further our commitment, we will provide a Post-Conference Communique to the Australian Federal Government, providing an insight into the challenges, struggles and opportunities that have been discussed by our Conference Community.

Together, we will improve the quality of life for every individual affected by domestic violence.