Other Relevant Training and Events

Other Relevant Training and Events

In this section you will find non-WAFLPN training and events that may be of interest to you.

2019 - September 

Webinar: Putting children first: Changing how we communicate with parents to improve children’s outcomes
11 September

Domestic & Family Violence in Diverse Communities (Dr Carol Kaplanian and Kedy Kristal)
17 September 
West Perth
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Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) - A Course for Parents Experiencing Conflict After Separation
3, 10, 17, 24 September 
Communicare Cannington, WA 

DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop
17-18 September 

DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop
18-19 September 

2019 Women's Report Card - launch event
23 September

Centacare Family Services Conference
24–25 September
Tamworth, NSW

Health Justice Australia Conference
24–25 September


2019 - October

The intersection between online gaming and gambling
10 October 
Perth, WA

Intersectionalities in Domestic Violence Conference 2019 
14-16 October 
Crown Perth, WA 

DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop
15-16 October 
Bibra Lake, WA

6th Global Conference on Violence Against Women
21-25 October
Cape Town, South Africa 

9th Stop Domestic Violence National Indigenous Conference 
28-30 October 
​Brisbane, QLD

Training​: Creating Child Safety Champions
29-30 October
Geraldton, WA ​

Lead the way towards wellbeing Conference 2019 
31 October - 1 November

2019 - November 

The 4th World Conference of Women’s Shelters
5–8 November
Kaohsiung, Taiwan

The New Zealand Law Society - Annual Conference
6-8 November 
Wellington, NZ 

AFCC Professional Training and Development in Family Law
9 November 
​Wellington, NZ

AASW Conference November 2019: Challenging Inequality
7-9 November 
Adelaide Convention Centre

WA Mental Health Conference 2019
19-20 November 

FRSA National Conference 2019
19-22 November
Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley, NSW

2019 - December

STOP Domestic Violence Conference 
9-11 December 
Gold Coast, Qld

2020 - June 

AIFS 2020 Conference: What is a good life for families? And how do we get there?
10-12 June


Resources available online 

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