2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference Keynote Speakers
With a program that has been designed to include discussion and presentations around policy, research and practice, the 2016 STOP Domestic Violence Conference from the 5 – 7 December 2016 will be an event not to be missed.
The program is intended to provide all participants with an opportunity to contribute and learn and will include:
- Keynote presentations by renowned speakers
- Concurrent sessions and workshops
- Networking Function
- Trade exhibitionPoster presentations
Complete your registration by Monday 24 October to secure the $100 early bird discount. Click here to book.
Below is a snap shot of just some of our Keynote Speakers. For a full list please click here.
Rebecca Poulson is an Author, Speaker and Domestic Violence Survivor Advocate who Inspires Change.
Her story is a powerful, unforgettable story about tragedy, grief – and hope. On the day of Rebecca Poulson’s 33rd birthday, her father, niece and nephew were murdered. The murderer had been part of her family – her brother-in-law, Neung, the father of the children.
No stranger to shocking family violence Rebecca had already suffered through her own violent relationship when she was 21 resulting in an attempt on her life.
Stuart Clark AM is President of the Law Council of Australia, the peak representative body of the Australian legal profession.
He is a consultant to Clayton Utz where his practice focuses on the defence of class actions, complex litigation, investigations and inquiries. He also provides crisis management advice to a range of corporations and government agencies.
Moo Baulch is the CEO of Domestic Violence NSW.
Moo loves her job and has a passion for improving service and policy responses, particularly to communities that have barriers to access including LGBTIQ and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Moo believes that public awareness relating to domestic and family violence is at an unprecedented level and that cross-sector and community partnerships are key to the cultural and practical changes required for inclusive support. She looks forward when children in schools are taught about the intersections between discrimination, transphobia and homophobia, violence, racism and respectful relationships.
Dr Adele Murdolo
Dr Adele Murdolo is the Executive Director at the Multicultural Centre for Women’s Health, a national centre of health promotion, research and advocacy for immigrant and refugee women. She is committed to creating positive change for, and with, immigrant and refugee women.
Adele has a background in feminist research, with specific expertise in intersectionality, violence against women and women’s health.