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7News Mackay coverage of the recent Qld Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum held in Mackay.
Our latest seminar is now available for viewing.
DEVON Cuimara from Western Australia found a gap in domestic and family violence services. He founded the Aboriginal and other males Healing Centre in Newman, Pilbara at the start of 2014.
Domestic and family violence is being viewed less as a civil matter and more of a criminal matter, according to the Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service community development manager Thelma Schwartz.
More than 100 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who work in the field of domestic violence prevention and support have taken part in a Queensland statewide forum.
"Engaging with Domestic and Family Violence Perpetrators as Fathers" presented by Dr Silke Meyer is now available for viewing.
Due to popular demand, registrations are no longer open for the 2016 Queensland Indigenous Family Violence Prevention Forum. We apologise for any inconvenience. Please contact the Centre on 07 4949 3320 if you have any enquiries, or would like to be wait listed for this event.
***IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING THIS EVENT: Due to a technical problem, if you registered before the 13th April, please re-register. If you have any questions regarding your registration, please contact CDFVR as soon as possible.***
This event explores the perspectives of Queensland researchers and practitioners in the gendered violence field.
In this conversation Annabel and Shannon discuss The Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP) program, a leadership program focussed on education and prevention through bystander intervention.
The latest CDFVReader (our quarterly publication) is out now.
Latest Research Seminar
Introduced by Dr Annabel Taylor
Presented by Dr Kathleen Baird and Dr Deborah Walsh
Panel members: Renae Majcen and Lydia Mainey
“There has been much debate about the safe and effective identification in healthcare settings of women experiencing intimate partner violence.
Featured Fact Sheet
The Young people factsheet is designed to provide mothers with information about what the young people in their family might be thinking and feeling; and how their transition to a strong, resilient adulthood can be affected, by being exposed to domestic and family violence. It provides mothers with strategies to support their daughter/son's journey and lessen the impact of their exposure to domestic violence.