The Clearinghouse supports the dissemination of information and research in the sector and includes on its website, papers from conferences, seminars and workshops.
Are you holding a conference, seminar or other event that you would like us to publicise? Contact us!
Courses, training, certificates and diplomas
Visit the following Australian organisations for information on regular or ongoing courses, training, certificate or diploma programs:
Bondi Beach Cottage
Berry Street Take Two program & the ChildTrauma Academy present: 2012-2013 Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics - Case Based Training Series
A critical look at primary prevention strategy to prevent violence against women
Presented by Dr Sue Dyson from La Trobe Univeristy, this webinar covered; how violence against women has come to be associated so strongly with public health; what the strengths and weaknesses of this approach are; and how we know prevention is working.
How immigrant and refugee women resist violence
Featuring guest presenter Cecilia Barassi-Rubio from Immigrant Women's Support Service, this webinar covered; identifying, acknowledging and honouring the way immigrant and refugee women resist violence and demonstrate resilience in the context of domestic and/or sexual violence.
The impact of domestic violence on children: an overview of the key new ideas and evidence
This webinar summarises some of the key evidence that has emerged from research in developmental psychology and neuroscience, and provide a
layperson's synthesis and overview of how this research impacts on how we understand, work with, and make decisions about, children who live with domestic violence.
Please note that the views expressed in these webinars do not necessarily represent the views of the Australian Domestic and Family Violence Clearinghouse or the Australian Government.
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online conference proceedings, seminar and workshop paper
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presentations and other publications
|Calendar of events for 2013|
|2-6 December||Brisbane, QLD||Marumali Journey of Healing Workshop for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Service Providers|
|3 December||Melbourne, Vic||PD Workshop: Understanding financial abuse in Family Violence - hosted by WIRE|
|3 December||WEBINAR||Women, Fines and Work Development Orders - hosted by Ask LOIS, Women's Legal Service NSW|
|5 December||Melbourne, Vic||Department of Justice Symposium: Promoting a neutral and transparent criminal justice system for victims of crime|
|5 December||Melbourne, Vic||Elder Abuse: Recognise and Respond - hosted by DVRCV|
|6 December||Vic||Rethinking Rape Law Reform, Critical, Conceptual and Comparative Perspectives - VDAWnet Annual Colloquium 2013|
|6 December||Robina, Qld||Free seminar: Violence against women, connections and challenges - hosted by Gold Coast Centre Against Sexual Violence inc.|
|9 December||Melbourne, Vic||End of the SAFER research journey|
|12 December||WEBINAR||Child Support: Basics - hosted by Ask LOIS, Women's Legal Service NSW|
Calendar of events for 2014
|16-20 March||Oxford, England||16th Annual Conference on Women and Education|
|17-18 March||Melbourne, Vic||Marumali Journey of Healing Workshop for non-Aboriginal Service Providers|
|24-25 March||Brisbane, Qld||Homicide: Precursors and Prevention - hosted by Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Criminology. Date claimer!|
|31 March - 1 April||Melbourne, Vic||Child Aware Approaches Conference|
|14-15 April||Sydney, NSW||Linking Up for Kids Conference. Call for abstracts closes on 7 October 2013|
|4-6 June||Melbourne, Vic||The National Indigenous Drug & Alcohol Conference 2014|
|10-11 June||Melbourne, Vic||Crime Prevention and Communities conference - registrations open from 3 December 2013|
|16-18 July||Brisbane, QLD||8th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference|
|30 July - 1 August||Melbourne, Vic||13th Australian Institute of Family Studies Conference - call for papers now open!
|4-8 August||Melbourne, Vic||Childhood Trauma: Understanding the basis of change and recovery - an international conference on innovation in therapeutic approaches with children, young people and families, hosted by the Australian Childhood Foundation|
|23-24 October||Seattle, Washington||2nd National Safe and Together Model Symposium - hosted by David Mandel & Associates|
|If you have an event for 2014 that you would like to promote please get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org|