Practice Forum: 29 March

Practice Forum: Change the story

Practice Forum: Change the Story

What to expect:

Domestic Violence Action Centre proudly presents our first Practice Forum for the year with the primary prevention themed approach ‘Change the Story’ which is an evidence-based framework to guide a coordinated and effective national approach to preventing violence against women and children.

This practice forum will unpack the four drivers of violence which shifts the focus from individual behaviours to consider the broader social, political, and economic factors that drive violence against women, and the social context of gender inequality in which this violence arises.

We will consider the important actions needed at all levels of society. This forum supports government and non-government support services to work together to ‘Change the Story’ within our local community.

The upcoming Ipswich Summit event in May focuses on responding and reducing the prevalence of DFV within the Ipswich local government area with Change the Story highlighting how a whole-of-setting approach can achieve powerful outcomes for lives impacted by domestic and family violence.

This Forum will be presented by a representative from DVAC and a representative from the Office for Women and Violence Prevention, Department of Justice and Attorney-General.

Registrations are limited so register quickly by clicking on the link below or scan the QR code on the flyer.
We look forward to seeing you at our first forum for the year with a new location and new time!

Details:

Date: Wednesday 29 March 2023

Time: 12pm registration  |  12:30–4:40pm

Venue: NEW LOCATION:  Please note this Practice Forum will be held at Fire Station 101, Limestone Street, Ipswich.

Cost: $30 paid workers $10 for students

RSVP: by clicking on this link or using QR code in the flyer by Wednesday 22 March

Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be provided.

For further enquiries or to request an invoice for multiple registrations, please click here to email or call 07 3816 2919.

Click here to download the flyer (PNG 944kb)

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