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Events, Webinars and Conferences

Upcoming domestic, family and sexual violence related conferences, events and webinars from around Australia are listed here for your information. 

No to Violence National Conference 

2-5 September, 2024, Sydney

No to Violence 2024 will take on the theme Leading Radical Change - A call to action to end men's family violence. The Conference will collaboratively explore the radical change needed to end men’s use of family violence.

Domestic Violence NSW Conference 

18-19 September, 2024, Sydney

The conference, themed, 'Past, Present and Future' will feature subject matter experts, practitioners, speakers, panellists, and people with lived expertise. 

National Aboriginal Child Safety and Domestic Violence Summit

25-27 September, 2024, Adelaide

The Summit aims to cultivate new and innovative responses to Aboriginal Family and Domestic Violence and Child Protection in Australia. It will bring together leaders from across Australia to showcase innovative thinking, culturally safe responses, and importantly best practices to create improved outcomes for Aboriginal women, children, men, families and the community.

Stop Domestic Violence Conference 

25-27 November, 2024, Adelaide

The annual Stop Domestic Violence Conference will reflect on the current obstacles facing the community, brainstorm innovations and seek opportunities for change within the family, domestic and sexual violence sector.

Domestic and Family Violence Response Training (DV-alert)

DV-alert provides training to help frontline workers who are not specifically focused on domestic and family violence. They will be equipped with knowledge and skills to help people who are experiencing, or at risk of domestic and family violence. Learn how to:

  • recognise the signs of domestic and family violence
  • respond confidently with appropriate care
  • refer effectively to support service

Courses of interest:

If you or someone you know is experiencing violence or abuse, you can call 1800RESPECT on 1800 737 732, text 0458 737 732, online chat and video call via our website.