Addressing Violence Against Aboriginal Women

Addressing Violence Against Aboriginal Women

Join Professors Vickie Hovane and Harry Blagg, authors of the ANROWS report Innovative models in addressing violence against Indigenous women, for a workshop based on their findings. Suitable for professionals working with Aboriginal people and communities, this workshop will focus on creating a response to family violence that reflects the needs of local women. 

Attendees are also invited to join a special networking lunch before the workshop.

Although designed as a standalone event, Safe & Together™ Model training participants are likely to find this workshop complementary to their learning.


WHEN   Friday, 15 November 2019  
   Networking lunch: 12.30PM-1.30PM
   Workshop: 1.30PM-4.30PM
WHERE    Ibis Styles Kununurra
   Messmate Way
   Kununurra WA 6743

   Free event, spaces limited. 
   Book your place at

Professor Harry Blagg

Harry Blagg is Professor of Criminology and Associate Dean of Research at the Law School, University of Western Australia. Harry has a national and international reputation as a leading criminologist specializing in Indigenous people and criminal justice, young people and crime, family and domestic violence, crime prevention, diversionary strategies, policing and restorative justice.

Professor Vickie Hovane

Vickie Hovane is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Law School, University of Western Australia and holds a First Class Honours Degree in Psychology and completed a PhD which investigated the role that Culture has in informing the cultural dimension in psychological theories of sex offending.  Vickie is a registered psychologist and an experienced consultant and practitioner having worked in several areas of social welfare, legal, victim, offender and child protection services, research projects and advisory roles over the past 37 years.