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ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
ANROWSConf2021
ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women
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Welcome
- Room 1
Opening address
Dr Heather Nancarrow (CEO, ANROWS)
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Concurrent Solution Session 1
- Room 2
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Solution sessions
  [very interactive]
Key partners will facilitate sessions where nominated challenges will be unpacked, and the discussion will explore potential ways forward. Key partners will be available to offer suggestions and will open up to other attendees who may be able to offer solutions that have worked for them. May involve some pre-reading. 

Addressing the needs of children and young people experiencing violence has been recognised as the number one priority on Australia’s National Research Agenda (ANRA). This solutions session is centred upon the question, how do we raise up children experiencing domestic and family violence as victims and survivors (or clients) in their own right? Engage with Australian Institute of Family Studies researchers and experts, Dr Rae Kaspiew and Dr Rachel Carson, as they explore potential ways to embed research evidence into how we respond to key challenges such as:
  •  getting the voices and needs of children and young people into policy and practice
  • addressing sector silos and the gaps between national plans
  • meeting the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people
  • getting the community (and media) to support evidence-based policy.

Hear from a range of panellists with experience in systemic, policy and practice responses that address the needs of children and young people who have experienced domestic and family violence. Participants will leave this session with an understanding of a range of ways to make children with experiences of violence more visible in evidence-based policy and practice.

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Concurrent Solution Session 2
- Room 3
Enter Live Stream Here | Access Live Captions Here

Solution sessions
  [very interactive]
Key partners will facilitate sessions where nominated challenges will be unpacked, and the discussion will explore potential ways forward. Key partners will be available to offer suggestions and will open up to other attendees who may be able to offer solutions that have worked for them. May involve some pre-reading. 
Perpetrator accountability means different things to different people. This session will unpack a range of different interpretations and consider models of accountability that are relevant to victims and survivors of violence and inclusive of diverse communities. Panellists will explore solutions to the challenges of working towards evidence-informed policy and of creating a holistic and coherent system of accountability.

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Concurrent Solution Session 3
- Room 4
Enter Live Stream Here | Access Live Captions Here

Solution sessions
  [very interactive]
Key partners will facilitate sessions where nominated challenges will be unpacked, and the discussion will explore potential ways forward. Key partners will be available to offer suggestions and will open up to other attendees who may be able to offer solutions that have worked for them. May involve some pre-reading. 
Come and engage with experts in the primary prevention field to discuss key challenges in unpacking masculinities and engaging men. This session will explore potential ways to respond to challenges such as:
  • mobilising this work at institutional, policy, and structural levels (beyond working with individuals) 
  • crafting effective framing and messaging, that is, how to engage men in ways that are strength-based and gender transformative 
  • addressing male privilege and entitlement 
  • maintaining accountability to women
  •  managing backlash and resistance

Hear from a range of panellists working with diverse communities across different settings, and add your own challenges—and successes—to the discussion. Participants will leave the session equipped with some examples, tips and suggestions for rising to the difficult tasks and conversations in this complex area of work.