This session will present case studies of ANROWS research in Indigenous communities, exploring what the findings reveal about strengthening Indigenous communities. Panellists will reflect on the complexity of violence and the limitations of the gender lens in understanding it. Discussion will also explore the need for collaboration and for workforce development, and how these can be supported.
Founding and current Director - Family Violence Prevention Legal Service and ANROWS Board member (Independent Director)
Marcia Langton AO
Associate Provost, Redmond Barry Distinguished Professor, Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies, Centre for Health Equity, Melbourne School of Population and Global Health - University of Melbourne
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Heather Nancarrow, Julia Tolmie, Ben Martain, Nicole Lee, Thelma Schwartz, Amani Haydar