Queensland Domestic Violence Services Network Presents
Brisbane Conference – Acclaimed International Speakers
Developing Integrated Responses to Domestic and Family Violence
in Australia: The Next Step
Dates: 8th May - 10th May 2018
This excellent conference brings international speakers to Brisbane to support local, regional and state-based systems to strengthen coordination and collaboration, protect victim survivors and hold perpetrators accountable by presenting a variety of learnings as well as practical tools. The QDVSN invite DV Sector staff, Prosecutors, Police, Magistrates, Legal Representatives, Department of Justice staff and others to the table to share timely and positive opportunities to break down barriers and develop possible partnerships and collaborative efforts across. The conference aims to be practical, experiential, useful and affordable. This conference will be useful especially if you are a part of an Integrated Response, starting and Integrated Response or have been hearing about Integrated Responses coming your way!
Melissa Scaia - MPA, Director of International Training at Global Rights for Women, Co-Founder of Domestic Violence Turning Points & Former Exec of Domestic Abuse Intervention Program (DAIP) Duluth, Minnesota
Graham Barnes -former Duluth Men's Program Facilitator and Trainer New Zealand
Hon. Shaun Floerke -District Court Judge Duluth, Minnesota
Marcus Bruning -Retired Supervising Deputy Duluth & St Louis County,
Kay Arola- Exec. Dir of Arrowhead Regional Corrections Minnesota
Lori Flohaug -Fmr Prosecutor, Public Defender, civil & family law lawyer
and Judge for the Leech Band of Ojibwe, Minnesota
Scott Miller - DAIP and Co-ordinator of Co-ordinated Community Response Programs for the Office of Violence Against Women Duluth, Minnesota
Location – The Hilton, Brisbane.
Cost - $800 for Government Departments; $600 for NGO’s; $400 for Rural and Remote (more than 200 km from Brisbane)
Please express register at http://www.qdvsn.com/event/qdvsn-conference/
Proudly sponsored by the QDVSN, The Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research and the Office for Women and Violence Prevention.