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Working with Aboriginal Men and Family Violence Conference


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The Working with Aboriginal Men and Family Violence Conference will be held in Adelaide on 7 & 8 December, 2017.

This conference will bring together a range of people working with Aboriginal men to address family violence in communities across Australia.

The purpose of the conference is to advance, support and promote initiatives which focus on working with Aboriginal men to address a range of issues including strengthening cultural identity, addressing trauma, taking responsibility for harmful behaviours, better fathering – all of which contribute to improved safety for families and communities.

Conference speakers represent diverse areas of expertise including; community workers, psychologists, researchers, health practitioners and legal practitioners. The conference will hear about the work being done in communities and beyond to better understand what is needed to address male family violence. The conference has been designed so there is maximum time for those attending the conference to interact and ask questions. We want to know what else is happening out there.

The majority of speakers are Aboriginal people, expert in their specific fields.

Who should come?

Anyone who works in the family violence sector, including

  • Men’s group facilitators
  • Community development workers
  • DV workers
  • Community leaders
  • Social and emotional wellbeing workers
  • Psychologists
  • Government employees
  • Legal sector

About the hosts:

Kornar Winmil Yunti is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation delivering a range of specialist services across South Australia.  We aim to improve the safety of women and children by providing specialist knowledge and services to break the cycle of domestic violence.


  • provides a holistic  family response to increasing the safety of women and children.
  • facilitates culturally appropriate  behaviour change program to Aboriginal men that wish to address their  use of violence towards women.
  • facilitates culturally appropriate  early intervention program specific to Aboriginal youth.
  • facilitates culturally focussed program to rebuild positive connections to family and culture ,specific to young Aboriginal people in in school who have or are experiencing various forms of trauma due to family violence.

No To Violence (NTV) is the peak body for organisations and individuals working with men to end family violence and incorporates the Men’s Referral Service.

As the peak body NTV:

  • Advocates on behalf of their members to raise awareness of men’s behaviour change work.
  • Provides resources, including training for service providers to enhance their capacity to successfully engage with men who use violence and then to work with men to prevent further violence.
  • Delivers the Men’s Referral Service, a men’s family violence telephone counselling, information and referral service a central point of contact for men taking responsibility for their violent behaviour.


For  additional information www.aboriginalmenandfamilyviolenceconference.com

to book https://www.trybooking.com/313069


For program details http://kwy.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Working-with-Aboriginal-men-and-famliy-violence-conference-program-2017.pdf



Women’s  Services

Counselling service 

  • support tailored to meet women’s individual needs


  • Court support , SAPOL support, child protection support

Culturally appropriate case management 

  • Supporting  the women’s journey


Men’s services

Behaviour change program: Accountability, Responsibility to Change (ARC) Program

  • Available in Adelaide & Pt Augusta

Counselling service

  • Available in Adelaide & Pt Augusta



Training  & development 

Cultural consultancy 

  • Consultancy services can be provided directly to organisations who wish to improve cultural responses to clients.

Workforce Training

  • Training designed to meet organisations expectations and requirements. Additionally KWY has developed some informative training packages

Cultural Supervision

  • KWY provides support and supervision to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander workers in a range of sectors.