ANROWS host events as part of its knowledge translation and exchange work, including public lectures, workshops and research launches. Details on upcoming ANROWS events will be displayed below.

Stakeholders are also encouraged to submit events on our Stakeholder events page. Read our event guidelines and sign up as an event organiser to submit an event for publication.

Design Hub, Multipurpose Room, RMIT Building 100, 445 Swanston St, Melbourne

Tuesday, 22nd September 2015

RMIT is hosting a free lecture with interpreter, translator and gender violence expert Professor Maribel del Pozo Triviño, University of Vigo, Spain. Maribel’s research highlights the need for quality language services to improve access and support for women escaping violence.

Crowne Plaza Hotel. Adelaide, SA.

Tuesday, 15th September 2015

The national domestic & Aboriginal family violence conference will be held in Adelaide on the 15–16 September 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Adelaide. The conference will be hosted by Kornar Winmil Yunti and brings together speakers from all over the country.

School of Geography, University of Leeds, UK

Wednesday, 9th September 2015

This three-day conference aims to create an inclusive and supportive space for scholars at all career levels to come together in a supportive environment to engage in critical feminist perspectives on violence.

Family Care. Shepparton, Victoria

Tuesday, 8th September 2015

Family Violence Awareness Training

Module 1 - Dynamics of Family Violence

Participants will gain:

Professor Leigh Goodmark

Theatrette, State Library of Victoria. 328 Swanston St, Melbourne VIC 3000

Friday, 14th August 2015

Opening address by Fiona Richardson, Minister for the Prevention of Family Violence, Victorian Government.

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Online

Wednesday, 12th August 2015

Join Megan Mitchell, Australia’s first National Children’s Commissioner in this innovative online forum on how children are affected by family and domestic violence.  Learn about the Commissioner's role and the development of her 2015 Parliamentary report into children’s rights.

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