Working with Aboriginal Men and Family Violence Conference 2017
Hosted by Kornar Winmil Yunti and No To Violence
Crowne Plaza Hotel 16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide
The conference is practitioner focused and seeks to advance the conversation on, and support and promote good initiatives to, working with Aboriginal men, their families and communities to address family violence.
Pricing: $800 per person includes entry in to the 2017 Flame of Change Unifying Support Awards & Conference dinner
on Friday the 8th December
conference webpage: www.aboriginalmenandfamilyviolenceconference.com
online ticket sales ; https://www.trybooking.com/313069
For more details please contact Tod Stokes from KWY on 83777822 or email:
KWY is an Aboriginal organisation based in Adelaide delivering services across
South Australia to Aboriginal families to address family violence. No To Violence is the peak body for organisations
and individuals working with men to end their violence and abuse towards family members.
The 2017 Flame of Change Unifying Support Awards & Conference dinner
The international campaign to challenge violence against women and girls, the 16 Days of Activism Against Gender-Based Violence campaign begins annually from the 25th of November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, and finishes on the 10th December, Human Rights Day.
This year the FOCUS Awards go national, with nominations and interest being shown from across Australia. The Flame of Change Unifying Support (FOCUS) Awards and Gala dinner acknowledges and draw attention to the innovative work that takes place within the domestic and Aboriginal and family violence work force across Australia. As organisations and individuals we can unify our support, for families and communities that are affected by domestic and Aboriginal and family violence.
The Flame was an integral symbol for KWY as it symbolises the candle light vigils that support victims, survivors and families of domestic and Aboriginal family violence.
Change is required in attitudes from men regarding gendered violence.
Unifying Support is an important element carried out by organisations daily, who are working towards the same goal that is to ensure the safety of women and children in this country.
Join us in celebrating the outstanding individuals & organisations who provide support for people experiencing homelessness & domestic & Aboriginal family violence.
Crowne Plaza Hotel
Friday 8th December, 2017
16 Hindmarsh Square, Adelaide
Book a seat or a table
Tickets on sale from August 21st, 2017
Free with purchase of conference 2 day ticket :
3 course meal and 5 hour entertainment package.
Music by Sound Factory
F.O.C.U.S Award nominations open August 21st, 2017.
For more information contact
Admin (08) 8377 7822