This year’s conference theme is “On the agenda: Evidence to inform contemporary policy priorities addressing violence against women”.
The four-day online conference will be structured around research and policy priority topics with a forward-looking focus.
“The presentations, the content, the topics discussed – they will be world-class. We’re talking about cutting-edge research here on women’s safety.” Fiona Cornforth, CEO, The Healing Foundation
In Evidence Presentation sessions, experts will present contemporary evidence covering topics including intimate partner homicide, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing, women’s reports and experiences of sexual violence, and children and young people who experience domestic and family violence.
In Evidence to Action Workshops, groups of participants will together unpack and reflect on how the evidence does, or could, impact and influence their policy and practice work.
Participants can also choose to connect with peers and discuss conference topics in our video Talk-up Rooms, hosted by individuals from partner organisations, services and peak bodies.
“This is a chance for experts across the sector and in the community to come together to actually say to government: this is what we are finding. So we can speak directly to ministers, to policymakers, and to everyone else working in this field.” Renee Hamilton, CEO, National Women’s Safety Alliance
Cost: From $60 to $300
Contact: email [email protected]
Registrations close 21 February, 2022. Register now to secure your place at the table.