Abstract submission closing soon
Statistics show that one in three Australian women have experienced physical violence since the age of 15 and almost one in five have experienced sexual violence. The yearly cost of domestic violence in Australia in 2008-09 was $13.6 billion and the cost is increasing significantly every year*.
These statistics demonstrate that a national platform for discussion is necessary for those involved and experiencing the strain of Domestic Violence.
Held on the 7 – 9 December 2015, the Australian STOP Domestic Violence Conference will look at domestic violence holistically and assist with developing collaborative approaches within the sector.
With only two weeks to go until the Close of Abstracts, the Conference Committee would like to invite those who would like to present on the challenges and opportunities relevant to Domestic Violence, to submit an abstract now to avoid missing out.
Topics open for submission include:
- – Communication and Interstate Collaboration
- – Law Enforcement, Protection and Legal System
- – Government and Policy Making
- – Mental Health
- – Indigenous Communities
- – Research
- – Vulnerable Groups & Helpline Assistance
- – Educational Programs
- – Special Topics (Homelessness, Intervention, CALD, Disability, Elder Abuse, IPV and Sexual Assault, LBGTI, Parental Violence)
If you are interested in being involved as a Conference Presenter, please submit your abstract online
Alternatively if you have any queries regarding your involvement as a Delegate or Sponsor, please do not hesitate to contact me.
2015 Australian STOP Domestic Violence Conference
Ph: 07 5502 2068 Fax: 07 5527 3298
PO Box 29, NERANG QLD 4211
Hosted by the Australian & New Zealand Mental Health Association
*Statistics sourced by A.Dunkley & J.Phillips (2015), ‘Domestic violence in Australia: a quick guide to the issues’, Parliamentary Library