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

Help improve access to critical resources, information and services for victims, perpetrators and the wider community.

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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

CONFERENCE TOPICS

Creating cultural changes: change of identity

Leadership and positive policy alignment between states and territories

Importance and application of data, research and findings

Considerations for varying populations (including immigrants, refugees, disabilities, CALD, LGBTIQA)

Men’s role in prevention of violence

Addressing inter-generational trauma

Consistent screening, risk assessment and referral across the service system

Family violence and consequences on mental health

Silencing of violence

Considerations for varying populations (including immigrants, refugees, disabilities, culturally and linguistically diverse communities)

Supporting children and young people in the context of domestic and family violence

Service delivery and integration for cross-sector and multi-agency approaches

Turbo charging integrated national responses in justice, law and social supports

Transforming system responses - perpetrator accountability

Non stereo-typical violence and varying populations: building the capacity to meet the needs of all families

Evidence based practice

Aboriginal lead and design of programs and solutions

Men’s behavioural change programs - universal access and integration

Rehabilitation for perpetrators

Recovering from trauma

Youth and child safety, projection and support (Blueprint of Recovery)

Understanding Aboriginal and Indigenous cultural and spiritual needs during healing process

Mental health and recovery of complex trauma

Training an Indigenous workforce

Domestic violence response training

Self-care for the workforce (mental health strategies, prevention of burn-out, stress management, supervision and workplace support, prevention and treatment of vicarious trauma)

Peer to peer support workforce development

Participation of survivors in developing solutions

PRESENTER IMPORTANT DATES

Applications Close: Friday 17 July 2020
Notification To Authors: Wednesday 29 July 2020
Author Acceptances, Registration and Payment Due: Wednesday 5 August 2020
Program Available: Tuesday 11 August 2020

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