Below are links to some of the presentations delivered at the Intersectionalities in Domestic Violence Conference. Please note that not all presentations have been made available for distribution and some will be added shortly.
- Keynote Presentation – Exploring ‘Why Doesn’t She Leave’ vs ‘Why Doesn’t He Stop’ Taking a Deeper Dive into Intersectionalities through a Perpetrator Pattern Based Approach – M O’Hare
- AOD/MH/DFV – Co-occurring or Intersectional – M O’Hare and D Ruhl
- Integrating Family Violence Services for Women, Children and Men – M Augerinos
- Economic Empowerment Project for Women – Tools and Programs Addressing Economic Abuse for Women Escaping FDV – B Jowle
- Hearing the Voices of Children and Young People – L Barron, L Gibson and M Rowe
- Challenges Opportunities and Outcomes in FDV Perpetrator Interventions – R Vlais
- Safe with Milli: A Technology Solution Designed to Empower and Keep Victims of FDV Safe and Hold Perpetrators to Account – E Brookman, K Butcher, F McQuisten and A Moore
- FDV in LGBTQI Relationships: Gender Relations and Dynamics – C Kaplanian and K Kristal
- Aboriginal Family Safety Project – N Iannello, L Pickett & A Ryder
- Building Capacity with Aboriginal Communities to Work More Safely with Men Who Use Violence – K Moore and L Twisleton
- Men’s Behaviour Change Programs: A Cultural Lens – P Coburn and D Cutinho
- My Story My Time – N Coleman, B Hawthorn and C Ngweshe
- If We Don’t Ask We Don’t Know: Does Partner Violence Increase the Risk of Negative Sexual Health Outcomes in Women – M Galrao and S Smith
- Working in Partnership Across Prevention in FDV: The Victoria Experience – S Mitchell and O RodriguesIs Change Occurring, How and for Whom? Monitoring Population Level Progress Toward the Primary Prevention of VAW – M Collie
The Intersectionalities in Domestic Violence Conference would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors.