31 Oct - 1 Nov 2023
Online

Child Centred Approaches to Ending Family Violence

Amplifying the voice & rights of children in service response
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It is pivotal that children are heard, empowered and considered from crisis through to recovery

 

The Hatchery’s 3rd Annual Child Centred Approaches to Ending Family Violence Conference will convene senior leaders and practitioners from across the sector with the purpose of driving sustainable, lasting change by putting the voice of children, their rights and needs at the centre of support delivery. You will have the opportunity to discuss the current challenges facing the sector, explore practice responses that integrate the voice and lived experiences of children, unpack strategies for improving cross-service collaboration, and ensure that service support is designed intersectionality and inclusive in nature.

Speakers

The Hatchery’s Scholarship Application

The Hatchery is dedicated to connecting people with knowledge to inspire change. We recognise however that not all individuals are in a position to pay to attend. As such, The Hatchery is proud to offer a select number of scholarship passes to representatives from non-government organisations who are unable to cover the registration fee, but have a great reason why they need to attend. To apply, please contact customercare@the-hatchery.co.

Audience

Representatives of the Community, Government, Police & Justice sectors with responsibilities for:

 

  • Family/Domestic Violence Services
  • Children/Child Protection
  • Family Support Services
  • Women’s Services
  • Men’s Behaviour Change
  • Violence Prevention
  • Mental Health
  • Drug and Alcohol
  • Homelessness, hotels and shelters/refuges
Why attend

Improve service collaboration & integration to support children

Amplify the voice of children in service response and crisis management

Design child centred approaches to trauma, healing & recovery

Put children at the forefront when navigating legal systems

Agenda

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Workshops
2 November 2023
9:30 am - 12:30 pm

How to create holistic intervention responses

Overview

Children face many intersecting forms of violence in diverse social and cultural contexts. Often the “systemic” challenge is to provide informed and dignified responses to children across all services. Designed for practitioners of all levels, this seminar will deliver immediately applicable response-based and dignity-driven frameworks for working with children and youth experiencing violence. You will explore a range of examples from practice across settings including family law, child protection, mental health and refugee work, and will also hear accounts from adults concerning their responses and resistance as children.

By attending this seminar, you will walk away with a set of strategies and approaches for engaging children and young people, along with practical skills and knowledge for enhancing your service practice.

What you will takeaway

  • How to acknowledge and explore children’s resistance to violence
  • How to support the healing of children and improve institutional reform
  • How to integrate a response based, dignity driven framework into practice when working with children
Dr Allan Wade PhD, Cathy Richardson & Shelly Dean

Dr Allan Wade PhD, Cathy Richardson & Shelly Dean

8 November 2023
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

How to safety plan with children in crisis & navigate complex conversations

Overview

In order to effectively engage with the voice of children, it is important that organisations and practitioners are able to have the skills and knowledge on how to identify harm to children from family violence perpetrators’ behaviours. It is pivotal that children and young people are considered victims of family violence, in their own right, as the impact is often serious and lasting.

In this seminar, led by the Executive Director and Founder of the Safe & Together Institute, you will gain the practical knowledge, skills, and tools to assess harm to child, partner and family functioning from perpetrators’ behaviours and plan for the needs of children using the Safe & Together Model. This model and its components will help the attendees to think practically on how to navigate the complexity of each child’s situation including partnering with protective parents and holding perpetrators more accountable as parents.

 

What you will takeaway

  • How to navigate crisis situations through a step-by-step walkthrough of various case studies and responses
  • How to safety plan for children in crisis and meet their needs
  • How to engage with children, have appropriate conversations and assess harm
David Mandel

David Mandel

Executive Director

Safe & Together Institute

Pricing

Early bird savings until 13 October

$1,599

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100

Early bird savings until 27 October

$1,599

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $200


Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100

Standard rate after early bird

$1,799

+GST

Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100

Early bird savings until 13 October

$1,899

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $400


Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100

Early bird savings until 27 October

$2,099

+GST

Early bird pricing

Save $200


Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100

Standard rate after early bird

$2,299

+GST

Workshops

  • Book a conference ticket & both workshops to save an additional $100
What our delegates say

Format

Keynotes

Engaging presentations by industry experts that offer insights and inspiration on key topics and trends.

Case studies

Real-world examples presented by industry leaders, showcasing successful strategies and valuable lessons learned

Panel Discussions

Dynamic conversations among a group of experts, sharing diverse perspectives and engaging in thought-provoking discussions.

Interactive Q&A

Interactive sessions where attendees can directly engage with speakers

Networking

An opportunity to connect and build relationships with industry peers, colleagues and thought leaders.

Keynotes

Engaging presentations by industry experts that offer insights and inspiration on key topics and trends.

Case studies

Real-world examples presented by industry leaders, showcasing successful strategies and valuable lessons learned

Panel Discussions

Dynamic conversations among a group of experts, sharing diverse perspectives and engaging in thought-provoking discussions.

Interactive Q&A

Interactive sessions where attendees can directly engage with speakers

Networking

An opportunity to connect and build relationships with industry peers, colleagues and thought leaders.

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