Platform 1225 Forum

Abuse of Power – Confronting Dynamics of Harm

 

Who should attend?

Young people and those who work with or support children, young people, families and communities who are committed to understanding why violence and abuse occurs.

 

Why should you attend?

The recent Not Now Not Ever Report in Queensland noted that Domestic and Family Violence is at epidemic proportions.  Its impact on children and young people has been highlighted.

Not only are children and young people witness to violence in their homes, they are often direct victims. They may also experience violence in their intimate relationships. This leads to many levels of disadvantage, most commonly homelessness.


To register CLICK HERE  

Tickets : $80 pp

  • Where: Royal on the Park, Alice Street
  • When: Friday 11th may
  • Time: 9am Registration
  • Until: 3.30pm

Join MC Kay McGrath, international and local experts on domestic and family violence and youth homelessness.

Young people will be actively involved in this conversation.

Duluth’s

Scott Miller is the Keynote Speaker.

He offers facts, strategies and solutions

An expert panel will discuss the interface of domestic and family violence and youth homelessness