What progress? 18 months after the Royal Commission into family violence

The Victorian Government’s response to the recommendations of the Royal Commission into Family Violence is one of the most ambitious and far-reaching pieces of social policy ever undertaken by an Australian government. A major public forum at this year’s Public Sector Week offers a unique opportunity to hear from our State’s leading experts about what has happened, what has worked, and what still needs to be done.

Hear directly from people who have been working on the frontline in this vital area of public sector service reform – including the CEO of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service, Victoria’s first Ambassador for the Prevention of Elder Abuse, and the head of Victoria Police’s Family Violence Command.

How well have we been able to bring together political authorisation, new resources, different ways of thinking, organisational planning, service reform, and community engagement to tackle our State’s most pernicious social scourge?

Timings
12.15pm-1.15pm: Lunch
1.15pm-3.00pm: Session part one
3.00pm - 3.30pm: Afternoon tea break
3.30pm - 5.15pm: Session part two

Online bookings are now closed. Call our ticket hotline on (03) 9653 2000 or email events@vic.ipaa.org.au to purchase any tickets, or alternatively come down to register and pay on the day. Be sure to check our website for information about availability.

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Monday 14 Aug

12:15PM - 5:15PM


Speakers:

Dean McWhirterAntoinette BraybrookGerard MansourFiona McCormackKym ArthurThe Hon. Gavin JenningsSusan Clifford APMMagistrate Kate HawkinsKristy McKellar

Grand Ballroom 1 and 2


Pricing:

Corporate Member $330
Personal Member $320
Non-Member $450

10% discount applies for groups of 10. Select a group of 10 when booking to receive this discount


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Afternoon Tea


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