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Violence against women and their children affects everybody. It impacts on the health, wellbeing and safety of a significant proportion of Australians throughout all states and territories and places an enormous burden on the nation’s economy across family and community services, health and hospitals, income-support and criminal justice systems.

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How do we engage men who use violence?

How do we engage men who use violence?

  • 9:15 am - 1:30 pm, Monday, 11th November 2019 - Monday, 11th November 2019
  • U City Function Centre, Level 1, 43 Franklin St Adelaide, SA 5000

Join ANROWS, Flinders University and Uniting Communities for a symposium exploring the policy and practice implications of a new ANROWS research report on Engaging men who use violence: Invitational narrative approaches by Sarah Wendt, Kate Seymour, Fiona Buchanan, Chris Dolman and Natalie Greenland.

This report is based on qualitative research that explored how invitational narrative ways of working can successfully engage men who use violence and enable behavioural and attitudinal change.

This symposium will include:

  • key findings from the project, presented by the research team;
  • a chance to deepen your understanding of invitational narrative concepts;
  • a panel discussion featuring practitioner and policymaker perspectives.

 

Who should attend?

  • men’s behaviour change program facilitators
  • counsellors and community support workers who work with men
  • correctives services workers
  • domestic and family violence workers
  • Aboriginal practitioners
  • policymakers in domestic and family violence, corrective services, health.

 

Lunch provided.

 

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