Engaging men to end family violence and keep women & children safe
Men’s violence against women and children is a national crisis. On average, one woman is killed by male violence each week in Australia.
It’s crucial that we work with men who use violence to break the cycle of abuse and hold them accountable across the system to ensure the safety of women and children.
The Working with Men to End Family Violence conference will focus on how we work with men, from early intervention to crisis responses to ensure a web of accountability. We will also unpack how we engage men who use violence in evidence-based programs to reduce risk and bring about lasting change.
Why attend this event?
• Hear from key stakeholders driving change in the way we work with men who use violence at a system and practice level
• Get an in-depth insight into current and emerging men’s behaviour change interventions and models including; residential, Aboriginal, CaLD, GBTQI and fathering programs
• Share your thoughts and ask your questions with live Q&A, interactive polls and collaborative roundtable discussions
• Re-watch and review any content you missed at your convenience with content available on-demand after the conference
Who will attend?
Representatives of the Community, Government, 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
The Hatchery is dedicated to connecting people with knowledge to inspire change. To do this, we endeavour to make our conferences as accessible as possible to organisations and individuals driving this change.
As such, The Hatchery is proud 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
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Attend to learn:
- Build capability to drive cultural & systems change
- Strengthen integrated early intervention & crisis responses
- Maximise the effectiveness of men’s behaviour change interventions
- Improve work with Indigenous men & communities