In this section you will find non-WAFLPN training and events that may be of interest to you.
Training: Cultural Foundations for Engaging with Aboriginal Communities 21 August 2019 Perth
Training: Building your Cultural Confidence to Engage with Aboriginal People 22 August Perth
Keeping Kids in Mind (KKIM) - A Course for Parents Experiencing Conflict After Separation 27 August Communicare Cannington, WA
DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop 12-13 August Middle Swan
DV-alert 2-Day Multicultural Workshop 3-4 September Merriwa
Domestic & Family Violence in Diverse Communities (Dr Carol Kaplanian and Kedy Kristal) 17 September 2019 West Perth register here
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 Geraldton
DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop 18-19 September Kalgoorlie
Intersectionalities in Domestic Violence Conference 2019 14-16 October 2019 Crown Perth, WA DV-alert 2-Day Indigenous Workshop 15-16 October Bibra Lake 9th Stop Domestic Violence National Indigenous Conference 28-30 October, 2019 Brisbane, QLD
AASW Conference November 2019: Challenging Inequality 7-9 November Adelaide Convention Centre
Webinar: Attitudes to violence against women among people from non-English speaking countries Recorded Webinar from 18th of July 2019 by ANROWS
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.