ANROWS host events as part of its knowledge translation and exchange work, including public lectures, workshops and research launches. Details on upcoming ANROWS events will be displayed below.

Stakeholders are also encouraged to submit events on our Stakeholder events page. Read our event guidelines and sign up as an event organiser to submit an event for publication.

Case Study Room, The University Club of Western Australia

Tuesday, 3rd April 2018

Join ANROWS CEO, Dr Heather Nancarrow, and the Hon. Simone McGurk MLA, Minister for Prevention of Family and Domestic Violence, for the launch of new research on strategies to address violence against Aboriginal women.

Wednesday, 14th March 2018

Presenters: Cathy Humphreys and Kathryn Lyons

Wednesday, 14 March 2018, 11:30–12:30pm AEDT.

Wednesday, 7th March 2018

In the lead-up to International Women’s Day, ANROWS (with the support of VicHealth) will be hosting our first webinar on the National Communality Attitudes towards Violence Against Women Survey, or the

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The Atrium, The Royal Women's Hospital, Parkville VIC

Tuesday, 23rd May 2017

Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS), The University of Melbourne  and The Royal Women's Hospital, Melbourne, invite you to the launch of a digital story-telling exhibition, an element of ANROWS funded research, “Women’s Input into a Trauma-informed systems model

Henry Jones Art Hotel, Hobart TAS

Thursday, 8th December 2016

Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety (ANROWS) and the Tasmanian Government warmly invites you to the free launch of ANROWS's Horizons Report: Promoting community-led responses to violence against immigrant and refugee women in metropolitan and regional Australia.The A

Burden of Disease of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women event banner

Thursday, 27th October 2016

Please join the launch of the national report, the Examination of the Burden of Disease of Intimate Partner Violence Against Women. The report extends the highly influential study conducted by VicHealth in 2004.

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