Ms Ashleigh Husband, Social Worker at Brisbane Youth Service to join us.

The 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference will be held over 5-7 December at the Mercure Brisbane, QLD. Ms Ashleigh Husband, Social Worker at Brisbane Youth Service will join us at the conference to discuss ‘Domestic violence outside the domestic sphere: An organisational response to Domestic violence occurring during homelessness in…

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Ms Debbie Kilroy, CEO of Sisters Inside joins us this December.

The 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference will be held over 5-7 December at the Mercure Brisbane, QLD. Ms Debbie Kilroy, CEO of  Sisters Inside will join us at the conference to discuss ‘Providing Innovative Domestic and Family Violence Counselling and Prevention Programs with Criminalised and Imprisoned Women’. Increasingly, DFV and…

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Can security companies improve responses to victims of family violence?

In an Australian first, the Salvation Army has partnered with a private security company, Protective Group, in a large-scale project to provide safety solutions to family violence victims. The Safer In The Home project launched in September 2016 operates in Victoria, Tasmania and Queensland. By 2017 and 2018 the project…

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Ms Carrie McManus and Ms Andrea Silverstone from Canada to join us.

This December at the 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference we welcome international delegates Ms Carrie McManus, Program Manager at Sagesse Canada and Ms Andrea Silverstone, Executive Director at Sagesse Canada to discuss ‘LGBTQ Domestic Violence: Building Capacity’. Research into domestic violence within LGBTQ communities shows rates that equal to or…

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Ms Sandra Morris from Women’s Health In the North joins us in December.

Ms Sandra Morris from Women’s Health In the North will join us at the 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference to discuss ‘Prevention in particular context and settings: sport; workplace; media; faith; universities’. Research identifying a strong association between family violence and gambling related harm has been the catalyst for a…

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Psychotherapist Ms Anita Bentata to join us.

The 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference will be held over 5-7 December at the Mercure Brisbane, QLD. Ms Anita Bentata will join us at the conference to discuss ‘The Little Red Riding Hood Effect: Prevention from a Survivor and Community Perspective’. Awareness of domestic violence is a hot topic, yet…

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