1800RESPECT Workers Webinar Series

1800RESPECT hosts free, informative webinars for workers and professionals covering key issues on responding to sexual assault, domestic and family violence.


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UPCOMING WEBINAR

Workplace Responses to Gender Based Violence – Full Stop Foundation 

Postponed - Date to be advised.

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About the webinar:

This webinar will help participants to better understand why gender based violence is a workplace issue and how to respond. Participants will learn about:

  • Trauma and other impacts of sexual assault and domestic violence
  • How a traumatised person may present in the workplace
  • Skills in responding compassionately to a person who has experienced sexual assault and/or domestic or family violence
  • Workplace strategies to create a supportive workplace culture
  • Tactics used by perpetrators

This webinar is suitable for HR personnel, managers and other leaders invested in creating cultures of respect and safety for staff impacted by gendered violence.

Improving Cultural Understanding and Engagement with people from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Thursday 1st  December 2016

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Watch - Recording of the Webinar 

Presenter: CraigRigney

CEO of Kornar Winmil Yunti (KWY)

 


Technology facilitated abuse - understanding the issues and how frontline workers can improve the safety of women

Thursday 15 September 2016

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Presenter: Karen Bentley

National Director SafetyNet Australia WESNET

A trauma informed understanding and responses to children affected by family violence

Thursday 23rd April 2016

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Presenter: Angela Weller

Manager of the Child Trauma Service for the Australian Childhood Foundation

Understanding LGBTIQ domestic and family violence and how to respond

Thursday 21st April 2016 

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Watch: recording of the webinar

Presenter: Kai Noonan,

Coordinator, Domestic and Famiy Violence Project 

Violence against women and their children: What the data can tell us

Thursday 11 February 2016

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Presenters: Dr Peta Cox, Senior Research Officer, ANROWS

Violence against women in times of Disaster

Wednesday 16 December 2015

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Presenters: Dr Deborah Parkinson Adjunct Research Fellow, Women's Health in the North (WHIN), Rachael Mackay, Bsafe Coordinator and Family Violence Training, Women's Health Goulburn North East (WHGNE), Steve O’Malley AFSM Leading Fire-fighter, Central District | North West Metro Region Metropolitan Fire and Emergency Services Board

Introductory overview to recognising the signs of domestic and family violence and responding appropriately

10 December 2015

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Presenter: Uieta Kaufusi, Learning and Development Manger Lifeline Australia (including DV Alert training)

Presenters:

1800RESPECT Frontline Workers Education Campaign Briefing: Coinciding with the 16 Days of Action Campaign

 16 November 2015

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Presenters:

Kelli Browne, National Manager, Stakeholder Engagement and Communications, 1800RESPECT

in collaboration with

Dr Tina Campbell, Founder, Realtime Health 

Forced marriage: understanding context and connecting to services

22 October 2015

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Presenters:

Jennifer Burns, Director, Anti-Slavery Australia. Associate Professor, UTS Faculty of Law.


Women with a Disability Australia: Understanding Violence Against Women with Disabilities

1 October 2015

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Presenters:

Samantha Connor, WWDA Policy Officer

in collaboration with

Carolyn Frohmader, CEO WWDA

National Children's Commissioner: Impacts of Family and Domestic Violence on Children

12 August 2015

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Watch: Recording of webcast

Presenter

Megan Mitchell

National Children's Comissioner

ANROWS: Engaging with practitioners

2 July 2015

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Presenter

Heather Nancarrow

CEO, ANROWS

Improving cross-cultural practice: strategies and resources for working with women from CALD backgrounds

30th April 2015

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Presenter

Alexandra Ridgway

Ridgway Consulting

For love or money: understanding financial abuse

31st March 2015

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View the video For Love or Money

Presenter

Toni Bentley

Women’s Health In the North 

Elder abuse and family

20th November 2014

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Presenter

Gary Ferguson

Seniors Rights Victoria

Family violence and immigration law

25th September 2014

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Presenter

Amy Faram

Victoria Legal Aid

Vicarious trauma: looking after yourself at work

24th July 2014

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Presenter

Anne-Laure Couineau

Senior Clinical Specialist, Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health

Domestic violence: how to talk with patients about their experiences

26th June 2014

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Presenter

Prof. Kelsey Hegarty

Department of General Practice at The University of Melbourne

Gender equity and violence against women: a human rights approach

29th May 2014

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Presenter

Elizabeth Broderick

Sex Discrimination Commissioner

Technology, stalking and domestic violence: what is it and how your clients can stay safe

21st May 2014

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Presenter

Dr Delanie Woodlock


Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria

Exploring practical ways of helping women and children who have experienced domestic and family violence to stay safely in their home

10 April 2014

Homelessness and family violence are intimately related. 

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Presenter

Dr Angela Spinney, Swinburne University

No longer swept under the carpet 

20 March 2014

A Whole-of-Government Response to Violence in the Home

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Presenter

The Hon. Andrew McIntosh, MP

Male family and domestic violence

20 February 2014

Frontline practitioners can perform a vital early intervention role in recognising and responding to women experiencing violence, and in some situations, to men who perpetrate it.

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Presenter

Rodney Vlais 

No to Violence                                            


Responding to disclosures of sexual assault

19 December 2013

Commonly held beliefs and myths about sexual assault that lead to inappropriate responses from professionals.

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Presenter

Judy Flanagan 

Victorian Centres Against Sexual Assault                                              


Domestic and  family violence & CALD Communities    

14 November 2013

Victims of domestic violence in culturally and linguistically diverse communities face a complex set of intersecting challenges. 

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Presenter

Maria Dimopoulos

MyriaD Consultants      

Family violence risk screening and risk assessment tools

17 October 2013

Family violence risk screening and risk assessment tools:  What are they? How and when should they be used?

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Presenter

Jane French

Medibank Health Solutions

Protection Orders

19 September 2013

Getting legal protection from domestic and family violence: Australian protection order basics

Presenter

Karen Wilcox

ADFV Clearinghouse

This webinar will explore the complexities of domestic and Aboriginal family violence, provide insights into greater Aboriginal cultural competency and community engagement, and share best practice approaches to recognising and responding for frontline workers across all sectors.


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