In this section you will find non-WAFLPN training and events that may be of interest to you.
Respect. Prevent. Respond. Conference 2020 (Deakin University) 13–14 February Melbourne
3rd Asia Pacific Safe & Together™ Model Conference 27-28 February Melbourne
Safe & Together™ Model Supervisor's Training - 3 day version 10- 12 March Perth
ANROWS 3rd National Research Conference on Violence against Women and their Children 28-30 April Adelaide, SA
Safe & Together™ Model CORE Training 8- 12 June Perth
AIFS 2020 Conference: What is a good life for families? And how do we get there? 10-12 June Melbourne 23rd Conference of the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International 30 June – 2 July Sweden
Safe & Together™ Model Supervisor's Training - 2 day version 19- 20 August Perth
Become a leader in preventing violence against women (CALD communities) 12 October - 30 November Melbourne
Family and Relationship Services Australia (FRSA) Conference: New Horizons: Building the future, Paving the way 19–22 November Hunter Valley, NSW
Video about the key findings from the 2017 (NCAS) youth report Published August, 2019 One Plus One: Rosie Batty Published 15 August, 2019 Webinar: Attitudes to violence against women among people from non-English speaking countries Recorded Webinar from 18th of July 2019 by ANROWS Seminar: Transforming legal understandings of intimate partner violence Recorded on 28th of June
Thinking differently in order to see accurately: Explaining why we are convicting women we might otherwise be burying Inaugural Lecture by Professor Julia Tolmie, recorded June 2019 at University of Auckland DV-alert e-Learning: Working with women with disabilities e-Learning 6-weeks course by Lifeline Australia
The WA Family Law Pathways Network acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land and waters on which we live and work, and pays our respects to Elders past, present and future for they carry the cultural wisdom, the stories, the traditions and dreaming. With a commitment to reconciliation, we acknowledge the ongoing impact of past policies and practices, and commit our endeavours to creating a just society and sector that celebrates the ongoing resilience and self-determination of our first peoples and communities.