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

Registration is now open for our April seminar

Grace Wong,
Forced Marriage Lawyer and Project Manager, Anti-Slavery Australia

My Blue Sky – preventing forced marriage in Australia

 When: Wednesday 10th April 2019

 Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm

 Where: Colin Biggers & Paisley,  Level 42, 2 Park Street, Sydney 2000

 Registration: This event is free but we encourage tax deductible donations. Suggested donation is $30.

RSVP Essential. Drinks & nibbles available.


This seminar may qualify for CPD points.

About the speaker

Grace Wong, Forced Marrigae Lawyer and Project Manager, Anti-Slavery Australia

Grace studied her Juris Doctor at the University of Technology Sydney and began her career with the government team at Sparke Helmore, primarily in the area of administrative law, and then in the class action litigation team at Clayton Utz.

She now works with vulnerable children, men and women across Australia who have been affected by forced marriage, to gain access to legal remedies and to support those who work with them. She is passionate about human rights and the prevention of human trafficking and all forms of slavery.

Last year, Grace helped convene Australia’s first national conference on forced marriage and currently runs, in partnership with the Australian Red Cross, the NSW Forced Marriage Network. She is currently working with Anti-Slavery Australia’s pro bono partners on the development of a standalone protection order scheme for people at risk of forced marriage.


For any queries please contact the Foundation Coordinator, Chloe Wyatt, 0405 256756 or


Hosted by Women’s Legal Service NSW

These monthly talks will provide opportunity to exchange ideas, inform change and share research. Each month we will discuss the latest developments in legal issues that directly impact women and children.

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