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ANROWS 2nd NATIONAL RESEARCH CONFERENCE
ACTING ON EVIDENCE

15 – 17 MAY 2018 · SOFITEL SYDNEY WENTWORTH  · SYDNEY, NSW

Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS) welcomes you to attend the 2nd National Research Conference on Violence Against Women and their Children. Explore how practitioners, policy-makers, and researchers are ACTING ON EVIDENCE to understand, respond to and prevent violence against women and their children.

Learn, connect, and reflect as an active participant in the Conference Program.

Warawarni-gu Guma Statement

Healing Together in Ngurin Ngarluma

Acknowledgement to Ngurin Ngarluma Cultural Boss Tim Douglas

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SPEAKERS

Kate Jenkins

Kate Jenkins

Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Australian Human Rights Commission

Professor Victoria Hovane

Professor Victoria Hovane

Study Director at ANU College of Health and Medicine, ANROWS Board Director

Jane Gilmore

Jane Gilmore

Journalist

Dr Harry Blagg

Dr Harry Blagg

Professor of Criminology and Director of the Centre for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People and Community Justice

Dr Michael Salter

Dr Michael Salter

Senior lecturer in criminology at Western Sydney University

Professor Kelsey Hegarty

Professor Kelsey Hegarty

Joint Chair in Family Violence Prevention at the University of Melbourne and the Royal Women's Hospital

PROGRAM

#1Day 1Speaker(s)10am - 7.30pmSofitel Wentworth, Sydney
1Registrations Open10:00amFoyer, Level 3
2Lunch12:00pmFoyer, Level 3
3Welcome to Country & Official openingUncle Charles (Chicka) Madden , The Hon Dr David Gillespie , Dr Heather Nancarrow1:00pmLevel 3
4ANROWS Chair addressSam Mostyn2:00pmLevel 3
5Evidence to Action: The ANROWS journey and visionDr Heather Nancarrow2:30pm
6Afternoon TeaFoyer, Level 3
7Plenary Session: Doing data!Dr Marian Esler , Kim Webster , Olivia Octoman , Will Milne , Louise York , Dr Kristin Diemer3:30pmLevel 3
8Closing commentsWendy Spencer5pmLevel 3
9Welcome ReceptionPino Migliorino AM5:30pm – 7:30pmGarden Court Restaurant, Level 5
#2Day 2Speaker(s)7:45am - 10:00pmSofitel Wentworth, Sydney
1Registration7:45amFoyer, Level 3
2Minister's opening addressThe Hon Pru Goward8:15amLevel 3
3Keynote address: Intergenerational trauma & family violence in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander communitiesDr Mark Wenitong , Professor Victoria Hovane8:45amLevel 3
4Plenary session: Conceptualisations of violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communitiesCorina Martin , Wayne Muir , Dr Jackie Huggins AM FAHA , Ed Mosby , Dr Emma Partridge9:25amLevel 3
5Morning Tea10:45amFoyer, Level 3
6Concurrent Sessions 1Marie August , Dr Eloise Brook , Jenny Chapman , Miriam Bevis , Professor Victoria Hovane , Dr Harry Blagg , Ed Mosby , Dr Anita Morris , Professor Kelsey Hegarty , Dr Heather Nancarrow , Karen Field , Professor Pranee Liamputtong11:20amLevel 3
7Lunch12:50pmFoyer, Level 3
8Concurrent Sessions 2Sue Underhill , Kristen Sweeney , Erin Davis , Sophie Ismail , Moo Baulch , Tania Farha , Dr Jane Bullen , Pino Migliorino AM , Dr Adele Murdolo , Hannah Taylor , Jane Rosengrave , Linda Stokoe , Associate Professor Patsie Frawley , Dr Cathy Vaughan1:35pmLevel 3
9Afternoon Tea3:05pmFoyer, Level 3
10Keynote address: Human rights and violence against women: current priorities and responses.Kate Jenkins3:40pmLevel 3
11Closing commentsDr Heather Nancarrow4:45 - 5:00pmLevel 3
12Pre-dinner Drinks6:30pm
13Conference DinnerPatty Kinnersly , Jane Gilmore7:00 - 10:00pmWentworth Ballroom