Ending Men’s Family Violence
In Australia, the majority of acts of domestic and family violence are perpetrated by men against women.
Men play a key part in changing this narrative and in ending family violence. While there is much being done in prevention and intervention, there is still a lot of work to do.
The Australasian Working Together to End Men’s Family Violence Conference will look at how we can strengthen our practice approaches to men who use domestic and family violence through a whole of community approach.
As part of this agenda for change, the conference will focus on how we can work together to build a non-collusive, collaborative practice framework to engage men who use violence and invite them to begin the change process, while supporting women and children towards a life of freedom from abuse and an atmosphere that sustains recovery.
Join local and international practitioners to discuss current and emerging ways for engaging with men who use violence, while supporting the safety and freedom of affected partners, children and families.
Key benefits of attending:
- Learn how Australia and Pacific countries are responding to male family violence as a system
- Hear about new case studies, trials and programs in men’s behaviour change
- Unpack interventions for fathers, adolescent, Aboriginal, Maori, CALD & LGBTQI people who use violence
- Understand the work being done in primary prevention
- Improve collaboration and integration between services
- Get insight on the latest research and findings in men’s behaviour change
Who will attend?
Representatives of the Government, Community, Police and Justice sectors with responsibility for:
- Family/Domestic Violence
- Men’s Behaviour Change
- Children/Child Protection
- Violence Prevention
- Mental Health
- Drug and Alcohol
Free Pass Application
Criterion is delighted to offer a select number of free passes to representatives of small NGOs and interested individuals who may not otherwise be able to pay to attend. To apply, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Attend to learn:
- Improve collaboration to inform & shape better practice
- Examine & implement evidence-based practice responses for working with men who use violence
- Strengthen integrated practice responses to support early intervention