Speaker

Dr Kyllie Cripps

Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Law; Deputy Director of the Indigenous Law Centre, UNSW

Dr Kyllie Cripps

Dr Kyllie Cripps is a Pallawah woman and has worked extensively over the past twenty years in the areas of family violence, sexual assault and child abuse within Indigenous communities. Her work has been largely focussed in the following areas: defining and contextualising Indigenous violence; the epidemiology of Indigenous family violence particularly through the quantitative analysis of administrative and national survey data sets; and empirical research reflecting on policy development, service provision and outcomes for Indigenous families and communities experiencing violence.  Kyllie is experienced in qualitative and quantitative research methodologies as well as the nuances and sensitivities of conducting research in Indigenous contexts.

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Thursday 29 August 2019
11.00am – 12.30pm

Minor concurrent session

Domestic and family violence

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