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Global STOP Domestic Violence Conference

Conferences Australia

The 2024 Global Domestic Violence Conference is set to take place from February 21st to 23rd, 2024, at the Hilton Hotel in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It aims to gather professionals, academics, activists, advocates, and survivors from around the world to address the issue of domestic violence. The conference provides a platform for exchanging ideas, sharing best practices, and collaborating on strategies to prevent and respond to domestic violence. It also raises awareness about the impact of domestic violence and advocates for policy changes and increased resources

21 - 23 FebruaryHilton Hotel, Cairns

Asia Pacific New Directions in Juvenile Justice Reform Conference

Conferences Australia

The 2024 Asia Pacific New Directions in Juvenile Justice Reform Conference is set to take place from February 21-23, 2024, at the Hilton Hotel in Cairns, QLD, Australia. This conference focuses on addressing the issue of Indigenous youth overrepresentation in the criminal justice system, with Indigenous children being 26 times more likely to be in detention than non-Indigenous youth. It advocates for the adoption of justice targets as part of the Closing the Gap strategy to reduce Indigenous youth incarceration, despite resistance from state and federal governments.

21 - 23 FebruaryHilton Hotel, Cairns

Speakers

Sharon Finnan-White

Sharon Finnan-White

First Nations Academy of Excellence Managing Director and Founder
Dr. Uncle Bernie Singleton

Dr. Uncle Bernie Singleton

Wuunta P/L, Kunjur First Nations Men’s CollectiveElder & Senior Member
Nona Nona

Nona Nona

Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good (DIYDG)Disability Support Worker
Prof. Joanne Porter

Prof. Joanne Porter

Federation University AustraliaDirector
Marjorie Anderson

Marjorie Anderson

13YARNNational Manager
Adele Sheridan-Magro

Adele Sheridan-Magro

St Vincent’s Hospital SydneyManager
Alisa Hall

Alisa Hall

National Centre for Action on Child Sexual Abuse Director, Practice Development
Hon Judge Anthony Rafter SC

Hon Judge Anthony Rafter SC

Queensland Law Reform CommissionCommissioner
Dr. Gabrielle Morrissey

Dr. Gabrielle Morrissey

Women and Children FirstCEO
Michael Foster‑Greenwood

Michael Foster‑Greenwood

I-Med RadiologySenior Sonographer and Student Coordinator
Sabitra Kaphle

Sabitra Kaphle

Central Queensland UniversityLecturer and Researcher
Sarnia Ralston

Sarnia Ralston

National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect (NAPCAN) QLDProject Manager
Felitciana Zsha' Mirzze

Felitciana Zsha' Mirzze

Neuro Vitality QLDCEO - Trauma Therapist
Renee Romeo

Renee Romeo

University of South Australia SACentre for Research in Educational and Social Inclusion (CRESI)
Joy Quinones

Joy Quinones

Universal Lawyers QLDPrincipal and Director
Dr Shannon Dhollande

Dr Shannon Dhollande

University of the Sunshine Coast QLDSenior Lecturer
Dr Karen-Ann Clarke

Dr Karen-Ann Clarke

University of the Sunshine Coast QLDSenior Lecturer
Helen Eason

Helen Eason

Nelly's Healing Centre Aboriginal Corporation NSWFounder & Chief Executive Officer
Dr Diksha Sapkota

Dr Diksha Sapkota

University of the Sunshine Coast QLDSenior Lecturer
Prof. Silke Meyer

Prof. Silke Meyer

Griffith University QLDLeneen Forde Chair, Child & Family Social Work
Uncle Graham Brady

Uncle Graham Brady

Kawanji Clan of Western Gu Gu YalanjiAboriginal Elder
Valentine Nona

Valentine Nona

Jina GunduyProject Co-ordinator
Dr Amber Logan

Dr Amber Logan

Indigenous Development Specialists NZHealth Psychologist
Dr Joe Stone

Dr Joe Stone

Indigenous Development Specialists USAClinical Psychologist
Chantelle Walmbeng

Chantelle Walmbeng

PCYCAurukun Police Liaison Officer and Kang Kang Youth Foundation Member
Jacqueline Kepple

Jacqueline Kepple

PCYC AurukunVolunteer and Kang Kang Youth Foundation Member
Norma Armstrong-Ravula

Norma Armstrong-Ravula

PCYCAurukun Youth Support Worker
Jill White

Jill White

Manager, Place-based InitiativesDepartment of Justice and Attorney-General, Woman’s Safety & Violence Prevention
Lara Biggs

Lara Biggs

Local Thriving Communities, Department of Treaty, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships, Communities and the ArtsActing Manager (Wellbeing Programs)
Ngema Andrews

Ngema Andrews

Yarrabah Leaders ForumProject Officer
Thelma Yeatman

Thelma Yeatman

Gindaja Treatment & Healing Indigenous CorporationPrograms Coordinator
Mark Roberston

Mark Roberston

MPOWER & One Vision Productions NSWFounding Director
Destiny Dewis

Destiny Dewis

First Nations Foundation VICCommunity Development & Projects Officer
Corina Martin

Corina Martin

Aboriginal Family Law Services, WACEO
Dawn Willis

Dawn Willis

Milliya Rumurra Aboriginal Corporation, Broome WAOutreach Case Worker
Uncle Alan Coe

Uncle Alan Coe

Warrigunya IncorporatedAboriginal Elder
Nicholas Johnson

Nicholas Johnson

Federation University AustraliaCollaborative Evaluation & Research Group (CERG)
Camilla Andhrea

Camilla Andhrea

Women and Children FirstCultural Liaison and Senior Caseworker
Emma Siepen

Emma Siepen

Education QueenslandCriminologist
Trevor Tim

Trevor Tim

National TalkBlackHost & Motivational Speaker
Elliejean Singh

Elliejean Singh

Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service CEO
Australia Conferences

1800RESPECT is the national domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service.

To access 24/7 support, you can contact 1800RESPECT by calling 1800 737 732, chatting online (www.1800respect.org.au) or texting 0458 737 732.

1800RESPECT is funded by the Australian Government through the Department of Social Services to provide support for people experiencing, or at risk of experiencing domestic, family and sexual violence; people supporting someone affected by violence; and professionals supporting someone affected by violence.

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