27th – 29th September 2016 | Crowne Plaza, Melbourne
Just under half a million Australian women reported that they had experienced physical or sexual violence in the past 12 months, according to the Domestic Violence Prevention Centre and over a million women have experienced physical or sexual assault by their current or ex-partner since the age of 15. These figures demonstrate a great need for significant reform in the area of domestic and family violence.
With the Victorian Government committing $527 million to addressing domestic and family violence earlier this year, the NSW Government followed suit and pledged $300m in June. It is vital that not for profit agencies implement strategies to increase their scalability and capacity to continue delivering important services.
Akolade’s 2nd Breaking the Cycle of Domestic and Family Violence Conference, which will be held on 27-29 September in Melbourne, provides a timely opportunity to explore how front-line services can utilise this funding to improve organisational efficiency.
Attend and hear from senior leaders in this sector including:
- Rebecca Poulson, Chief Executive Officer, The Poulson Family Foundation, Author, ‘Killing Love’
- Amy J Sanchez, Chief Executive Officer, Break the Cycle, Minnesota, US
- The Hon. Martin Foley MP, Minister for Housing, Disability and Ageing, Minister for Mental Health, Minister for Equality, Minister for Creative Industries, Victorian Government
- Kon Karapanagiotidis, Chief Executive Officer, One of Pro Bono’s top 25 Most Influential People in the Social Sector of 2015, Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
- David Smyth, Chairman, Violence Free Families, VIC
Click here to see the event brochure
Key benefits of attending:
- How to access new government funding opportunities
- How to maximise resources to strengthen capacity
- Innovative strategies to improve quality and scalability of service delivery to meet growing demand for frontline services
- Diversifying service delivery approaches to meet the diversification of relationships
- Methods to strengthen culturally effective service delivery to Indigenous communities
- Implementing leading-edge perpetrator behavioural change programs
To register, please contact Akolade on 02 9247 6000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.