The 3rd Annual National Family and Domestic Violence Summit will be held from Monday 13th – Tuesday 14th November, 2017 at the Radisson Blu Plaza in Sydney.
Family and domestic violence reaches every level of Australian society, and so this year, we will do the same. The 2017 National Family and Domestic Violence Summit will put a new focus on:
- Business: examining standout companies leading the way, and the importance of the workplace in violence prevention and support.
- Technology: through key experts in the field we will look at the developing roll of technology, the inherent threats, how it can facilitate abuse, how to protect yourself, and how it can help.
This will happen alongside case-studies of innovative and successful family and domestic violence programs, analysis from experts and stakeholders, and reports from police and government organisations.
The 3rd Annual National Family and Domestic Violence Summit will be the sector event: bringing together professions, advocates, survivors, scholars, executives, and citizens, crossing social boundaries and uniting with a single purpose; the prevention and end of family and domestic violence in Australia.
Dr Hadeel Al-Alosi
Lecturer, Western Sydney University
Inspector, Logan District, Queensland Police Service
CEO, YFS Ltd
Associate Director for People Experience, KPMG
Manager, Workplace Program, White Ribbon Australia
Manager, Family Violence Program; NT Correctional Services, Department of the Attorney-General & Justice
Director, NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)
Human Services Sector Lead, Queensland, KPMG
Executive Manager, Committees and Community Development, White Ribbon Australia
Dr Michael Flood
Associate Professor, Queensland University of Technology
Community Development Manager, RSPCA NSW
Sergeant, Northern Territory Police
Family Violence Specialist for Children with a Disability
Dr Nicola Henry
Associate Professor & Vice-Chancellor's Principal Research Fellow, RMIT University
Associate Director, NSW Health Education Centre Against Violence (ECAV)
Member, Women With Disabilities Australia
Professor Louise Newman AM
Director, Centre for Women's Mental Health, Royal Women's Hospital Melbourne
General Manager NAB Assist & Valuations, National Australia Bank Limited
Executive Manager, Workplace Program, White Ribbon Australia
Manager, Perpetrator Interventions, Communicare Inc
Dr Lydia Tong
Wildlife and Forensic Veterinary Pathologist, Taronga Conservation Society Australia
Karen Willis OAM
Executive Officer, Rape & Domestic Violence Services Australia
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