Seminar Series

Seminar Series November 2019: Bright Spark Panel: Amani Haydar and Annabelle Daniel

Seminar Series November 2019: Bright Spark Panel: Amani Haydar and Annabelle Daniel

In this Seminar we will hear from two of our Bright Sparks Winners, Amani Hayder and Annabelle Daniel, about their amazing work in the sector.

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Seminar Series October 2019: Bright Sparks Panel: Gloria Larman and Renata Field

Seminar Series October 2019: Bright Sparks Panel: Gloria Larman and Renata Field

In this Seminar we will hear from two of our Bright Sparks Winners, Gloria Larman and Renata Field, about their amazing work in the sector.

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Seminar Series September 2019: ‘See what you made me do’

Seminar Series September 2019: ‘See what you made me do’

  Author and Journalist Jess Hill: See what you made me do Jess Hill, Journalist and Author Jess Hill is an investigative journalist who has been writing and researching about domestic abuse since 2014. Her research has culminated in powerful and thought-provoking book See What you Made Me Do.  Jess Hill was propelled to write […]

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Seminar Series August 2019: Legal responses to intimate partner violence

Seminar Series August 2019: Legal responses to intimate partner violence

Legal responses to intimate partner violence: Unintended consequences Dr Heather Nancarrow, Chief Executive Officer Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety (ANROWS)  On 14 January 2019, journalist Alexandra Back issued a “warning about new trend in domestic violence”.  She reported that the Canberra Domestic Violence Crisis Service was concerned that “women who report being victim to domestic violence in […]

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Seminar Series June 2019: Responses to sexual violence in a university setting

Seminar Series June 2019: Responses to sexual violence in a university setting

The Human Rights Commission report into universities responses to sexual violence on campus demonstrated both an alarming prevalence of sexual violence on campus as well as a severely inadequate response by universities. Please join us for a meaningful and informative discussion from academics and students on the current responses of universities and how far they need to go.

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Seminar Series May 2019: Abortion Law in NSW

Seminar Series May 2019: Abortion Law in NSW

This seminar will signal a multidisciplinary examination of abortion law and regulation in NSW.

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Seminar Series April 2019: My Blue Sky – preventing forced marriage in Australia

Seminar Series April 2019: My Blue Sky – preventing forced marriage in Australia

Anti-Slavery Australia provides access to legal advice and representation for people who have experienced trafficking and slavery. It advocates for changes to laws and policies to improve the protection of the rights of people who have been trafficked. This presentation will explore some of their vital work.

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Harassment free workplaces: a utopian fantasy or an achievable reality?

Harassment free workplaces: a utopian fantasy or an achievable reality?

Register now for our special event panel 13 March 2019 5:30pm at The Law Society of NSW

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Has he been violent before? Domestic Violence Disclosure Schemes

Has he been violent before? Domestic Violence Disclosure Schemes

Register now for our seminar featuring Dr Jane Wangmann 13 February 2019 5:30pm at Gilbert & Tobin

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