Stop Domestic Violence Conference 2017

The 3rd STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia will be held at Rydges Melbourne from Monday 4 – Tuesday 5 December, followed by half day workshops on Wednesday 6 December 2017.

This year the conference will embark on the theme of ‘Domestic Violence Does Not Discriminate’ with over 120 expert keynote, stream, workshop and poster presenters.  The conference aims to provide a platform for a unified national voice on ending domestic violence.

The STOP Domestic Violence Conference Australia will address and encompass a variety of topics including impacts on the family, community, services and support, law enforcement, socio-economic implications, research findings and protection of the vulnerable.

It is two day conference with costs ranging from $895 for early bird registration (before 23.10.2017) and $995 – see the registration page for full details of the options and post conference workshops.  A half day workshop if you are not going to the conference is $125.

Program for 2017 –

Free 3 Day Aboriginal Family Law Conference – Sydney

This three day conference is provided by the Greater Sydney Family Law Pathways Network and is designed for aboriginal families as well as Aboriginal workers and service providers and those who work with the Aboriginal community.

AFL Conference only FLYER

Day 1 — Crime and AVO’s
Day 2 — Care and Protection & Conference Dinner—there is a cost to attend the conference dinner—see flyer 2017 AFL Conference Dinner FLYER
Day 3 — Family Law
Day 1, Monday 27 Nov—registrations from 9.15am, 10.00am start
Day 2, Tuesday 28 Nov—registrations from 9.00am, 9.30am start
Day 3, Wednesday 29 Nov—registrations from 9.00am, 9.30am start
Location: Metro LALC, 1st Floor, 150 Elizabeth Street, Sydney

Child Inclusive Practice Forum 2017

The 2017 Child Inclusive Practice Forum, We’re all in this together, recognises the journey that parents and children and practitioners from across the field take through the process of resolving separation disputes. Reflecting this, our international and local keynote and invited speakers will cover wide ranging topics to enrich the practice of Child and Family Therapists, Family Dispute Resolution Practitioners, Family Law and Childhood Specialists.

Call for Abstracts by 5pm Friday 30th June 2017