Housing future communities /

Minor concurrent session

A young mother and daughter sit on a bed in a dingy woman's support centre
A young mother and daughter sit on a bed in a dingy woman's support centre
Thursday 29 August 2019
11.00am – 12.30pm

Domestic and family violence

Contemporary research presentations and an expert panel investigate what factors contribute to better long-term safety and housing outcomes for women.

Speakers

Presenter

Alison Macdonald
Policy and Program Manager, Domestic Violence Victoria
Alison Macdonald is the Policy and Program Manager with Domestic Violence Victoria (DV Vic). DV Vic is the peak body for family / domestic violence services in Victoria that provide support to women and children to live free from violenc... view
Assoc Prof Jan Breckenridge
Associate Professor and Acting Head of the School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Jan Breckenridge is an Associate Professor and Acting Head of the School of Social Sciences, and the Co-Convener of the UNSW Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW. Jan’s research is oriented towards maximum impact in innovative social policy development, service provisi... view
Dr Kyllie Cripps
Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law; Deputy Director of the Indigenous Law Centre, UNSW
Dr Kyllie Cripps is a Scientia Fellow and Senior Lecturer in the Law Faculty at the University of New South Wales. Kyllie as a Pallawa woman has worked extensively over the past tweny years ... view
Assoc Prof Daphne Habibis
Associate Professor of sociology in the School of Social Sciences, UTAS
Daphne Habibis is an Associate Professor of sociology in the School of Social Sciences, and former Director of the Housing and Community Research Unit at the University of Tasmania. Her career is concerned with understanding and addressing social inequality. H... view

Facilitator

Dr Kathleen Flanagan
Research Fellow, University of Tasmania
Dr Kathleen Flanagan is a Research Fellow at the University of Tasmania. Prior to joining the University of Tasmania, Kathleen worked in the Tasmanian community sector, particularly with Anglicare’s highly-regarded Social Action and Research Centre. This work involved research a... view