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Preventing and Responding to Gender Based Violence

SA Office for Women & Flinders University, Gender Consortium

Friday, 22 June 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (ACST)

Preventing and Responding to Gender Based Violence

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Industry\Government Agencies 1d 1h 59m $108.00 $0.00 $10.80
University\Large Non-Government Organisations 1d 1h 59m $82.00 $0.00 $8.20
Community Group\Small Non-Government Organisation 1d 1h 59m $65.00 $0.00 $6.50
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A symposium for service providers, policy-makers, businesses, researchers, students and interested individuals, to share local and international knowledge and experiences on Preventing and Responding to Gender Based Violence.

Confirmed presenters and panellists include:

  • Erin Gillen, Senior Policy Advisory Children and Young People, Our Watch
  • Sara Mansour, Co-Founder of NOW Australia
  • Nancy Bates, Singer-songwriter; and Barkindji woman
  • Tran Thi Minh Huong, International Relations Department, Vietnam Women's Union
  • Pam Price, Associate, Gender Consortium, Flinders University; and former Australian Volunteer for International Development
  • Australia Award Fellows, from Vietnam and Indonesia
  • Gina Zioa, Facilitator, Performer and Founder of Hoi Polloi - slightly organised, spontaneous group signing
  • Katharine Annear, Lecturer, Disability and Community Inclusion, Flinders University; and Chair, The Autistic Self Advocacy Network of Australia and New Zealand
  • Margie Charlesworth, Co-convenor, Women with Disabilities SA
  • Ellen Fraser-Barbour, PhD Candidate, Disability and Community Inclusion, Flinders University

Our visiting interstate speakers presentations will focus on:

NOW Australia, a new not-for-profit organisation modelled on Time’s Up. NOW is led by journalist Tracey Spicer and supports people who have suffered sexual harassment in the workplace. Celebrities including Tina Arena, Sarah Blasko, Deborah Mailman and Helen Dallimore have signed up as ambassadors.

Our Watch’s The Line and Respectful Relationships Education initiatives. The Line is a primary prevention behaviour change campaign for young people aged 12 to 20 years. The Line also supports parents, carers, teachers, educators, coaches and other influencers. Respectful Relationships Education is part of a whole school approach – which not only provides in-class education, but addresses the school culture, policies and procedures, and promotes gender equity.

Our visiting international speakers presentations will focus on:

Responding and preventing gender based violence initiatives in our region as well as planned policy responses to critical issues.

Catering by social enterprise KIK Coffee.

Have questions about Preventing and Responding to Gender Based Violence? Contact SA Office for Women & Flinders University, Gender Consortium

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Room 1, Level 1
Flinders University
182 Tarntanyangga\Victoria Square
Adelaide, SA 5000
Australia

Friday, 22 June 2018 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (ACST)


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SA Office for Women & Flinders University, Gender Consortium

The Gender Consortium is a group of associates who have expertise in gender and development issues. The dynamic team has a range of skills including the desing and delivery of gender equity leadership programs. The staff and associates of the Gender Consortium have worked in Australia, Cambodia, China, Fiji, India, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor-Leste and Vietnam.

The SA Office for Women works toward achieving positive change for women by collaborating with women’s groups, community organisations and the private sector.

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