Strong Words, Stronger Actions: Creating Change Now & For Future Generations

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Share best practice and provide real solutions to ending domestic and family violence.

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PRESENTATION TYPES

Oral

20 or 30 minute sessions

Table Top

Short, sharp 14 minute interactive speaking session

Panel

3+ industry professionals

Workshop

90 minutes of active learning

Poster

Visually showcase research & services

Oral Poster

A short visual & oral presentation in 5 minute deliveries

WHAT CAN I PRESENT ON?

Primary PreventionEarly InterventionResponseHealing & Recovery
Research, Evidence and Emerging Concepts
  • Utilising recent research, findings, and recommendations
  • Evidence-based primary prevention: Emerging practices
  • Addressing coercive control
  • Brain development impacts for children
  • Embedding evidence-based theory into practice
  • Investing in ‘evidence based’ and ‘evidence-building’ service and system design
  • Coordinated cross-sector responses to sexual violence with DFV
  • Innovations & effectiveness; measurement of “success”
  • Perpetrator accountability for the purposes of healing and recovery
Intersectional Experiences Including Disability, LGBTIQ and CALD
  • Creating cultural change through collaborative safe and effective power balancing partnerships
  • The mutually re-enforcing benefits of intersectional approaches to addressing complex drivers in violence prevention
  • Transforming intersectional structural drivers of family violence through multiple equity and human rights movements
  • Empowerment to lead early identification and response strategies within their own communities or workforce
  • Maintaining cultural safety for members of marginalised communities withing restorative practice and other alternative early intervention responses
  • Expanding referral pathways to culturally safe and specialist ‘community controlled’ DFV services
  • Best practice and design within marginalised community specialist or targeted services for ethical and respectful engagement
  • What successes, concepts, learnings from marginalised community-led approaches can be imparted to mainstream responses to violence
  • Interagency collaboration and reflective-practice
  • Restorative justice and other non-carceral alternatives in healing and recovery
  • Supporting recovery from paid or primary carer perpetrated abuse within an NDIS support system
Aboriginal Self-Determined & De-Colonised Practice
  • Addressing inter-generational trauma
  • Investing resources into rural and remote communities
  • Aboriginal led and design of programs and solutions
  • Training an indigenous workforce
  • Understanding Aboriginal and Indigenous cultural and spiritual needs during the healing process
Centering Lived-Experience
  • Sharing lived experience of drivers and/or related violence as a tool for transformative change
  • Empowering victim/survivors to participate in primary prevention initiatives
  • Support for children and young people in context of DFV
  • Whose stories are we not hearing?
  • Role of peer workers
  • Participation of survivors in developing solutions
  • Keeping victim/survivors in focus within rehabilitation for perpetrators
  • Mental health and recovery of complex trauma
  • The healing power of group work and peer support
Workforce Development
  • New approaches to primary prevention through workforce establishment & development
  • Innovative workforce capacity building strategies for intersectional approaches to addressing complex drivers in violence prevention
  • Self-care for the workforce
  • Innovative EI workforce capacity building strategies
  • Adaptive service delivery during natural disasters and health pandemics including digital service delivery
  • DFV response training
  • Approaches to establishing & developing a healing and recovery workforce
  • The cross-over between lived experience stories and workforce reform
Improving Policy & Systems
  • Engaging in advocacy and public communications/messaging
  • Building effective and sustainable coalitions in primary prevention
  • The importance of a national definition and a common understanding of risk
  • Consistent screening, risk assessment and referral across the service system
  • Exploring whole of system approaches and universal access to services
  • Service system gaps, geographically and culturally
  • Embedding specialist DFV responses for all applicable services
  • Integrated, cross-sectorial and multi-agency service responses to DFV
  • Perpetrator accountability throughout service systems
  • Transforming health responses to embed trauma recovery
  • Family recovery: approaches to support children and non-offending caregivers in an integrated way

PRESENTER IMPORTANT DATES

Presenter Applications Close: Friday 30 July 2021
Notification To Authors: Thursday 12 August 2021
Author Acceptances Due: Tuesday 17 August 2021
Program Available: Thursday 19 August 2021
Early Bird Pricing Ends: Friday 15 October 2021
Conference: Wednesday 1 – Friday 3 December 2021