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.

Melbourne City Conference Centre

Thursday, 2nd July 2015

After her eleven-year-old son, Luke, was killed by his father in February 2014, Rosie Batty became one of Australia’s most visible advocates for victims of family violence.


Wednesday, 24th June 2015

This will be a different style of presentation and will rely on participants (workers) who are facing difficulties in engaging rural Aboriginal people, families and communities to put questions to Aunty Ruth Hegarty.

Bankstown Sports Club. Bankstown, NSW

Wednesday, 27th May 2015

The It’s Time To Talk Conference 2015: The Impacts of Domestic Violence on Families is a free conference for entry level workers in the community services sector.

FV busting the myth

Lakeside, Benalla

Tuesday, 12th May 2015


TreeTops, Melbourne Museum. Carlton, Victoria

Monday, 11th May 2015

One in three Australian women aged over 15 will experience physical violence in their lifetime, and one in five will experience sexual assault. Research shows that to prevent violence against women we must promote respectful relationships and gender equity.

Building M10 Room 5.02/03, Griffith University, Messines Ridge Road, Mount Gravatt

Wednesday, 22nd April 2015

The Violence Research and Prevention Program is delighted to welcome Professor Daniel Saunders for this special presentation at Griffith University.