ANROWS was proud to hold its inaugural conference in February 2016. Thank you to the presenters and session facilitators (many of whom are members of ANROWS's Practitioner Engagement Group), and delegates who contributed to discussions, as well as those who contributed on Twitter at #ANROWS2016.
Some recordings are now available on our website, more will soon be available.
Croakey, a social journalism project for health issues and policy, covered the conference as part of their conference news service. Journalist Annie Blatchford attended sessions, conducted interviews and tweeted throughout the conference, with offsite support from editor Marie McInerney. For Croakey’s full coverage of the conference, please see http://croakey.org/category/anrows2016/
Periscope interviews with conference presenters:
- Keran Howe and Dr Patsie Frawley
- Dr Michael Salter
- Professor Cathy Humphreys
- Violeta Politoff and Dr Laura Tarzia
- Professor Harry Blagg
- Dr Georgina Sutherland
Croakey articles (to date):
- ANROWS2016: How can research drive policy, practice to address violence against women & children?
- Strong research, a story & a sharp spear needed to stop Violence Against Women
- Safe Schools: politics (again) compounds historical violence against LGBTI people
- “I am here. I am the solution”: Time to listen to Indigenous solutions to violence against women
- 1 child killed every 2 weeks by family member: Time to free children’s lives from violence
- Family violence: helping the kids RN Life Matters (interview with Professor Cathy Humphreys)
- Safe Schools LGBTI program researchers "receiving abusive emails" after Christian lobby campaign The Guardian (interview with Dr Philomena Horsley)