2021 STOP Domestic Violence Conference

Conference / Summit (onsite & online)
Mental Health, Psychiatry & Psychology Social Sciences

Address: JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa, 158 Ferny Ave, Surfers Paradise QLD Australia
Date: 01 to 03 Dec '21
Special Offer: Apply Code IE15 to receive a 15% discount off registrations. Hurry as Early Bird pricing ends on Friday 15th October

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Put a STOP to Domestic and Family in our Communities

Wednesday 1st - Friday 3rd December 2021, JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa and online for virtual attendance


The STOP Domestic Violence Conference is Australia's largest conference dedicated to ending domestic and family violence.

Our annual event attracts professionals actively working in the domestic and family violence sector.

We provide a platform to connect and share research findings, industry developments and personal experiences to help break the cycle of domestic violence.

With greater knowledge, tools and connections, you can change the lives of thousands at risk of mental and physical abuse.

Acquire new skills, examine the latest research and connect with others dedicated to ending domestic and family violence.

With three days of live keynote presentations, concurrent presentations, interactive exhibitor hall, practical workshops, networking functions, live-streaming opportunities, and so much more, this is one event you won’t want to miss.

Together, we can break the cycle.


Industry Events is in alliance with the ANZMHA
2021 STOP Domestic Violence Conference - 15% Discount

If you are thinking about attending, Industry Events has some special alliance offers for you. Just use our unique code IE15 to register with and save! Hurry as Early Bird pricing ends on Friday 15th October!

⚡️  Use discount code IE15 to save 15% off your Early Bird IN-PERSON registration
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🌏  Register with code IE15 before 8th of October for your chance to win a free virtual registration!

Concerned about travelling to the 2021 STOP Domestic Violence Conference?

We've got you covered!

Our risk-free guarantee ensures your registration will remain flexible in instances of changed border restrictions or unexpected closures.

If you're unable to get to the conference due to restrictions, choose from the following 4 options:

1. Convert your in-person registration to virtual for you and 3 colleagues

2. Transfer to a virtual registration, and receive the difference in price refunded

3. Transfer your in-person registration to our 2022 conference

4. Opt for a full refund of your in-person registration

Hear from a stellar line-up of professionals on how practitioners and organisations can better respond to family and domestic violence in ways that prioritise children's social and emotional wellbeing and safety.

Panel Discussion: Keeping Children Visible

Hear from our selection of experts in domestic & family violence prevention and protection.
 
Chaired by Walkley-award winning investigative journalist and author Jess Hill, this is one program segment you won't want to miss!

Hear from a stellar line-up of professionals on how practitioners and organisations can better respond to family and domestic violence in ways that prioritise children's social and emotional wellbeing and safety.

Panel Discussion: Keeping Children Visible

Hear from our selection of experts in domestic & family violence prevention and protection.
 
Chaired by Walkley-award winning investigative journalist and author Jess Hill, this is one program segment you won't want to miss!

Dr Marsha Scott

Chief Executive, Scottish Women’s Aid (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Dr Stephanie Lusby

Research Fellow, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University

Keynote Speaker

Jacqui Watt

CEO, No to Violence

Keynote Speaker

Mr David Mandel

MA, LPC, Executive Director, Safe & Together Institute (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amanda McKenzie

CEO, Climate Council (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amani Haydar

Author, The Mother Wound

Keynote Speaker

Ms Anne Hollonds

National Children’s Commissoner

Keynote Speaker

Ms Donnella Mills

Managing Lawyer, Lawright Community Legal Centre; Chair, National Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation; Member, National Plan Advisory Group, National Plan to end family, domestic and sexual violence

Keynote Speaker

Ms Jess Hill

Journalist and Author of See What You Made Me Do

Keynote Speaker

Ms Leann Wilson

Managing Director, Regional Economic Solutions

Keynote Speaker

Ms Natalie Lewis

Commissioner, Queensland Family & Child Commission

Keynote Speaker

Ms Thelma Schwartz

Principal Legal Officer, QLD Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service

Keynote Speaker

Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston

Minister for Families and Social Services

Keynote Speaker

Dr Meg Clement-Couzner

Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability

Dr Marsha Scott

Chief Executive, Scottish Women’s Aid (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Dr Stephanie Lusby

Research Fellow, Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health and Society, La Trobe University

Keynote Speaker

Jacqui Watt

CEO, No to Violence

Keynote Speaker

Mr David Mandel

MA, LPC, Executive Director, Safe & Together Institute (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amanda McKenzie

CEO, Climate Council (Virtual)

Keynote Speaker

Ms Amani Haydar

Author, The Mother Wound

Keynote Speaker

Ms Anne Hollonds

National Children’s Commissoner

Keynote Speaker

Ms Donnella Mills

Managing Lawyer, Lawright Community Legal Centre; Chair, National Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation; Member, National Plan Advisory Group, National Plan to end family, domestic and sexual violence

Keynote Speaker

Ms Jess Hill

Journalist and Author of See What You Made Me Do

Keynote Speaker

Ms Leann Wilson

Managing Director, Regional Economic Solutions

Keynote Speaker

Ms Natalie Lewis

Commissioner, Queensland Family & Child Commission

Keynote Speaker

Ms Thelma Schwartz

Principal Legal Officer, QLD Indigenous Family Violence Legal Service

Keynote Speaker

Senator the Hon. Anne Ruston

Minister for Families and Social Services

Keynote Speaker

Dr Meg Clement-Couzner

Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability

Venue

JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa

Organizer

Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association

Venue

JW Marriott Gold Coast Resort & Spa

Organizer

Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association

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