Upcoming sexual assault, domestic and family violence and related conferences, events and webinars from around Australia are listed here for your information. Where 1800RESPECT is attending, including stalls and speakers, is noted in the description for each event.
Domestic and Family Violence Response Training (DV-alert)
Domestic and Family Violence Response Training (DV-alert) is designed to build capacity in frontline workers within universal services for whom family violence is not a core function of their role.
Learn how to:
- recognise the signs of domestic and family violence
- respond with appropriate care
- refer effectively to support service
eLearning Disabilities course enrolments now open
Events and Webinars
Women’s Resilience Centre: Financial Wellbeing Programs
Date: Various workshops (in person and online) between 12 October – 30 November
Location: In person and online
The Women’s Resilience Centre is offering a series of free Financial Wellbeing Programs this spring, which have been created to support women who are rebuilding their lives after leaving abusive situations.
The Centre was established to improve the lives of those who have experienced or have witnessed domestic violence and abuse by providing resilience building through programs and lived-experience mentoring support.
Programs are offered in-person in Mona Vale (NSW) and online, and are accompanied by a Q+A session.
Women in Technology WA (WiTWA)
Date: 17 November 2022
Women in Technology WA (WiTWA) hosts Tech [+] Conference each year, joined by inspiring speakers with this year’s theme around Driving Sustainable Change.
WiTWA is a Perth-based, not for profit organisation providing a framework for women in tech to extend their networks and expand their knowledge.
Stop Domestic Violence Conference
Date: 30 November – 2 December 2022
Location: Gold Coast
The Stop Domestic Violence Conference joins together professionals working in all realms of domestic and family violence, over three days on the Gold Coast.
With thousands of Australians at risk of sexual, physical, mental and emotional abuse, the sector comes together as one for this Conference to provide a unified voice for change.