Alongside law reform and legal responses sits preventative initiatives. These legislative reforms have also changed the ways organisations work to prevent these forms of violence.
To mark the International Day of Consent, our panel of experts explore affirmative consent, what it means, how the law is currently working or not working to improve the experience of victim-survivors and how it complements existing prevention programs. The webinar also aims to shed light on further reforms that warrant further investigation.
When: Thursday, 30 November, 4-5pm AEDT
Where: Online via Zoom - Zoom link to join the webinar will be emailed after registration
Moderator: Professor Trish Mundy, Chief Integrity Officer and Professor of Law, University of Wollongong
- Professor Julia Quilter, University of Wollongong
- Dean Cooper, Violence Prevention Specialist with the MATE Bystander Program at Griffith University
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