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The 2022 ANROWS National Research Conference, “On the Agenda”
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22 February 2022
10:00 am - 10:30 am - 22 February 2022

Welcome

Welcome - ANROWSConf2022 - Plenary
22 February 2022
10:30 am - 12:00 pm - 22 February 2022

Intimate partner homicide

Evidence Presentation - Intimate partner homicide - Plenary
These sessions will enhance your understanding of prevention of intimate partner violence and potential intervention points along the pathway to intimate partner homicide. 

10:30 am

 
What we know about intimate partner homicide in Australia is, overwhelmingly, what we know about intimate partner homicide offenders. Insight into victims is crucially lacking, and there is in addition an overreliance on sentencing remarks in understanding the circumstances surrounding these lethal incidents, due to the lack of quality and consistent data that can be extracted from the results of coronial inquests. In the opening session of the ANROWS National Research Conference, a panel of researchers from Australia and Canada will lay out the available data on intimate partner homicide, address the gaps in our knowledge of these homicides, discuss the need for institutional and professional accountability when it comes to preventing the intimate partner homicide deaths of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims, and situate Australia’s response to intimate partner homicides in a larger, global context. 

Presenters: 
  • Anna Butler, Manager, Australian Domestic and Family Violence Death Review Network, Department of Justice and Attorney General
  • Dr Hayley Boxall, Research Manager, Violence against Women and Children Research Program, Australian Institute of Criminology
  • Professor Myrna Dawson,  Professor of Sociology and Research Leadership Chair, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences, University of Guelph
  • Dr Kyllie Cripps, Scientia Associate Professor, Faculty of Law and Justice and Co-Convenor of the Gendered Violence Research Network, University of New South Wales

Facilitator: 
  • Padma Raman, CEO, ANROWS 

Unfortunately the recordings of the Evidence Presentations “What we know about intimate partner homicide” and “Putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing at the heart of trauma-informed policy and practice” will not be available. 

We are sorry for the inconvenience and will keep you updated on our plans to develop future webinars featuring the presenters from Day 1 of the conference.

Update: You can now view the ANROWS webinar "What we know about intimate partner homicide" here. The webinar revisited the research presented in the original conference presentation. 

You can also access reports and resources from the ANROWS projects discussed in these presentations on our website. 

Please also see additional resources on the Evidence Presentation session description pages 

Enjoy the recordings of the other three days of the conference available to conference registrants. Make sure you are logged into your account to access the recordings and resources.
22 February 2022
12:00 pm - 12:10 pm - 22 February 2022

Break

22 February 2022
Intimate partner homicide - Evidence to Action Workshop Rooms
You must be registered for this workshop to attend, please refer to your email to gain access to this workshop.

Following an outline of the available data on intimate partner homicide in Australia in the companion Evidence Presentation, representatives from No to Violence will draw on their sector knowledge and experience to further unpack the significance and limitations of these data, and explore the findings of the two newly launched ANROWS reports on intimate partner homicide. Using a case study approach, they will focus on the circumstances surrounding intimate partner homicide and take a close look at potential sites for intervention.

Facilitated by: 
12:10 pm - 1:10 pm - 22 February 2022

Talk-up Session 1

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Talk-up Room 1
Hosted by: Amani Haydar, Lived Experience Advocate and Author of The Mother Wound

Talk-up Room 2 
Hosted by: Renee Hamilton, CEO, National Women’s Safety Alliance
22 February 2022
1:10 pm - 1:40 pm - 22 February 2022

Break

22 February 2022
1:40 pm - 3:10 pm - 22 February 2022

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing

Evidence Presentation - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - Plenary
These sessions will enhance your understanding of the intersection of healing and trauma-informed practice.

1:40 pm


The four presenters will examine what putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing at the heart of trauma-informed practice means, and aims to disrupt the audience’s understanding of “trauma-informed” practice. From the individual, family and community perspectives through to the workforce and systemic lenses, they will present evidence and findings from their work that speak to why healing is important, how it intersects with trauma-informed approaches, and what it means for people who have experienced or perpetrated violence against women and their children.

Presenters: 
  • Professor Sandra Creamer, CEO, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance
  • Fiona Cornforth, CEO, The Healing Foundation 
  • Professor Bronwyn Carlson, Professor and Head of the Department of Indigenous Studies, Director, Centre for Global Indigenous Futures, Macquarie University

Facilitator: 
  • Edward Mosby, Principal Psychologist and Director, Wakai Waian Healing and ANROWS Board

Unfortunately the recordings of the Evidence Presentations “What we know about intimate partner homicide” and “Putting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander healing at the heart of trauma-informed policy and practice” will not be available. 

We are sorry for the inconvenience and will keep you updated on our plans to develop future webinars featuring the presenters from Day 1 of the conference. 

You can also access reports and resources from the ANROWS projects discussed in these presentations on our website. 

Please also see additional resources on the Evidence Presentation session description pages 

Enjoy the recordings of the other three days of the conference available to conference registrants. Make sure you are logged into your account to access the recordings and resources.
22 February 2022
3:10 pm - 3:20 pm - 22 February 2022

Break

22 February 2022
You must be registered for this workshop to attend, please refer to your email to gain access to this workshop.

Building on the evidence and examples provided by the Evidence Presentation speakers, our colleagues from the Healing Foundation will encourage participants to consider how healing and trauma are addressed in their own practice through examples and storytelling. Workshop participants will be asked to consider who needs to be included in future opportunities, and what that should look like. This workshop is for all delegates seeking to deepen their understanding about what it means to be trauma aware and healing informed and how that knowledge can be used to improve policy and practice decisions.

Facilitated by: 

3:20 pm - 4:20 pm - 22 February 2022

Talk-up Session 2

Talk Up Room - ANROWSConf2022
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Talk-up Room 3
Hosted by: Angela Ryder, Senior Manager Aboriginal Services, Relationships Australia, WA

Talk-up Room 4
Hosted by: Professor Dawn Bessarab, Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health, University of Western Australia and Independent Director, ANROWS Board