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Interagency response & intervention 30 th March - 1 st April 2016

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Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney

A CO M P E L L I N G P E R S O N A L S TO RY

Speakers: Jonty Bush, Awarded Anti-Violence Advocate, Young Australian of the Year, 2009, YMCA 125 Most Inspiring Women Jacqui Watt, Chief Executive Officer, No To Violence

Alison McCann, National Manager Families Programme Assurance and Coordination, Department of Human Services Libby Davies, Chief Executive Officer, White Ribbon Australia

Diane Coleman, Chair, Men’s Behaviour Change Network

Michael Fuller APM, Assistant Commissioner and Spokesman for Domestic and Family Violence, NSW Police Grant Stevens APM, Commissioner, South Australia Police

Natalie Siegel-Brown, Strategy & Policy Executive Director, Department of Family and Community Services, NSW

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• Explore latest innovations in perpetrator programmes • Examine the critical role of men’s behaviour

in Indigenous communities DV services and other agencies

PARTNERED WITH:

David Tucker, Superintendent, Queensland Police

Dr Brian Sullivan, Former Director of the Master of Counselling, University of Queensland

Christine Robinson, Coordinator, Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Service

Anne Hollonds, Director, Australian Institute of Family Studies and Co-Chair, NSW Domestic and Family Violence Council Alan Jenkins, Therapist, Nada Counselling

Shelley Baker, Case Manager, Kempsey Family Support Services

Megan Dunbar, Case Worker, Kempsey Family Support Services

Susannah O’Reilly, Domestic Violence Specialist Solicitor, Legal Aid NSW and Member, Bench Book Project Advisory Group Rachael Martin, Principal Solicitor, Wirringa Baiya Aboriginal Women’s Legal Service

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• Embed safe and secure environments for victims

• Deliver effective interagency responses across

Sharon Gudu, Director of Homelessness, Housing NSW – Department of Family and Community Services

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KEY BENEFITS OF AT TENDING:

change programmes

Andre Van Altena, Senior Offender Strategy Policy and Projects Officer, NSW Department of Justice

Clint Berry, Project Officer, Men’s Behaviour Change Network

4 E N G AG I N G I N T E RACT I V E S

• Adopt culturally appropriate approaches to DFV

Bronwyn Penrith, Chairperson, Mudgin-Gal Aboriginal Women’s Corporation and Director, The Redfern Foundation Paul Garrard, The Right Worshipful Lord Mayor, Parramatta City Council

Anna Butler, Manager, Domestic Violence Death Review Team

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Kelly Hansen, Chief Executive Officer, NOVA for Women and Children

Suellyn Moore, Manager – Lake Macquarie, NOVA for Women and Children

Shayne Silvers, Operations Manager, Coast Shelter

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EXPERT ADVISORY PANEL: Rachel Merton, General Manager, WASH House Beverley Dobie, Manager, NSW Domestic Violence Team, YWCA Andre Van Altena, Senior Offender Strategy Policy and Projects Officer, NSW Department of Justice

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Breaking the Cycle of Domestic & Family Violence 2:10 A passionate interest in otherness: Accountability in working with men who have abused

DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 30TH MARCH 2016 8:00 Registration opens 8:30 Opening remarks from the Chair Natalie Siegel-Brown, Strategy & Policy Executive Director, Department of Family and Community Services, NSW

THE DOMESTIC VIOLENCE POLICY LANDSCAPE 8:40 PERSONA