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September 2016

16 September 2016

Of monsters and men: Deconstructing the sexual offender

Presented by Dr Andrew Frost, Senior Lecturer at CQUniversity
 

August 2016

17 August 2016

CQUniversity News Release

Domestic violence reforms 'promising' but we must also focus on attitudinal change

10 August 2016

CQUniversity approves two new Men's Behaviour Change units for 2017!

CQUniversity recently approved two new units for 2017. 
 

July 2016

26 July 2016

Domestic violence researcher slams Wicked Campers for ‘openly supporting sexual violence’

Messaging on Wicked Campers vans openly supports sexual violence and the company should be forced to conform to accepted community standards.

25 July 2016

Researchers meet in Mackay

QCDFVR CQUniversity Mackay welcome Dr Nicola Cheyne from CQUniversity Brisbane Campus.
 

20 July 2016

16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence Campaign

Given such insecurity and lack of safety in relation to education, and informed by the results of a global survey, the theme this year is:

18 July 2016

Gendered Violence Research Symposium

Queensland’s policy and practice landscape has changed dramatically in recent months, as is reflected in the Queensland Women’s Strategy,

13 July 2016

Strangulation Training

The Red Rose Foundation is arranging the visit to Queensland of two representatives from the Training Institute on Strangulation Prevention (Institute), San Diego.

11 July 2016

Challenging The Mental Illness – Violence Nexus conference

This week QCDFVR’s Senior Research Officer, Dr Heather Lovatt will be presenting at the Challenging The Mental Illness – Violence Nexus conference in Brisbane. This event is proudly presented by the Griffith University Violence Research and Prevention Program.

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Latest Research Seminar

Dr Silke Myer, Dr Andrew Frost and Associate Professor Annabel Taylor.

Dr Silke Myer, Dr Andrew Frost and Associate Professor Annabel Taylor.

Associate Professor Annabel Taylor, Dr Silke Meyer and Dr Andrew Frost discuss their experiences of the intersections of research, education, practice and policy. They explore the impact of research on their teaching, and how their work as teachers has shaped their understanding of the challenges faced by practitioners in the domestic and family violence field.