Program

Tuesday 10th February

08:30 AM
Registration
Location:
UNSW Law Building - Ground Floor Foyer
09:30 AM
Pre-Conference Activities - Master classes & Consultation
Gendered Violence and the Workplace - current approaches to preventing and responding to the effects of domestic/sexual violence on the workplace
Chair:
kylie valentine, Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Ludo McFerran, Adjunct Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, and Manager, ‘Safe at Home, Safe at Work’ Program, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW
Location:
UNSW Law 101
Intervention and Prevention in the Digital Age – the intersection between the misuse of technology and gender-based violence
Chair:
Sanja Milivojevic, Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Kaofeng Lee, Deputy Director, Safety Net Project, National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV), Julie Oberin, National Chair of WESNET (Women’s Services Network) and AWAVA (Australian Women Against Violence Alliance)
Location:
UNSW Law 162
Male Peer Support for Violence against Women: Policy and Practice – where do we go from here?
Chair:
Libby Davies, CEO, White Ribbon Australia, and Jessica Luter, Senior Executive, Programs, White Ribbon Australia
Speaker(s):
Walter DeKeseredy, Anna Deane Carlson Endowed Chair of Social Sciences, Director of the Research Centre on Violence, and Professor of Sociology, West Virginia University.
Location:
UNSW Law 163
Sponsor: White Ribbon Australia
Post-separation Violence – exploring the interface between domestic violence services and child protection in the family law and the ‘safe at home’ context
Chair:
Helen Pringle, Senior Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Cathy Humphreys, Professor, Department of Social Work, University of Melbourne
Location:
UNSW Law 201
Specialist Domestic Violence and Sex Offences Courts – planning and implementation strategies for an innovative court model
Chair:
Annie Cossins, Associate Professor, Law and Co-Convener, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Rebecca Thomforde Hauser, Associate Director, Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management Programs, Centre for Court Innovation.
Location:
UNSW Law 202
UN Multi-country Study on Men and Violence in Asia and the Pacific – why do some men use violence against women and how can we prevent it?
Chair:
Jo Spangaro, Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Emma Fulu, Technical Lead, What Works to Prevent Violence against Women and Girls, South African Medical Research Council.
Location:
UNSW Law 275
Sponsor: School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Writing about and Documenting Trauma – ways to address loss, memory, commemoration and the desire for reparation in the context of gendered violence
Chair:
Anne Brewster, Associate Professor, School of the Arts & Media, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Jill Jolliffe, award-winning journalist, author, film-maker and political activist
Location:
UNSW Law 276
SRVAW Asia-Pacific Consultation on Women's Rights Protections (by invitation only)
Chair:
Louise Chappell, Professor, School of Social Sciences, UNSW, and; Andrea Durbach, Professor of Law, and Director, Australian Human Rights Centre, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Professor Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its Causes and Consequences, and Professor, Department of Public Law, University of Cape Town
Location:
UNSW Law Theatre G02
Sponsor: School of Social Sciences, UNSW Australia
02:00 PM
Welcome Remarks & Welcome to Country
Speaker(s):
Aunty Millie Ingram, Elder with the Wyanga Aboriginal Elders Group, Redfern; Jan Breckenridge, Associate Professor, Arts & Social Sciences, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW; Annie Cossins, Associate Professor, Law, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW; Ian Jacobs, Professor, and President and Vice-Chancellor, UNSW
Location:
UNSW Law Theatre G04
02:20 PM
Special Address - Video message
Chair:
Claudia Tazreiter, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Arts & Social Sciences, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Gillian Triggs, Professor, and President, Australian Human Rights Commission
02:30 PM
Chair:
Jan Breckenridge, Associate Professor, Arts & Social Sciences, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Anne Edwards AO, Emeritus Professor, and Chair, ANROWS (Australia's National Research Organisation for Women's Safety)
Location:
UNSW Law Theatre G04
02:55 PM
Chair:
Andrea Durbach, Professor of Law, and Director, Australian Human Rights Centre, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Rashida Manjoo, UN Special Rapporteur on Violence against Women, its Causes and Consequences, and Professor, Department of Public Law, University of Cape Town
Location:
UNSW Law Theatre G04
03:40 PM
Afternoon tea
Location:
UNSW Law Student Lounge
04:10 PM
Plenary Panel - Examining What Works: what have been critical components in developing research-based responses that have also delivered promising results?
Chair:
Louise Chappell, Professor, School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Location:
UNSW Law Theatre G04
05:40 PM
Cocktail reception
Location:
UNSW Law Building - Entrance/Foyer

Wednesday 11th February

08:30 AM
Registration
Location:
Scientia Foyer
09:00 AM
Chair:
Jo Spangaro, Lecturer, School of Social Sciences, UNSW
Speaker(s):
Liz Kelly CBE, Professor of Sexualised Violence, London Metropolitan University and Director, Child and Woman Abuse Studies Unit
Location:
Leighton Hall
10:15 AM
Plenary Panel - Considering Context: how should we adapt methodologies and intervention strategies for different jurisdictions, communities and countries?
Chair:
Annie Cossins, Associate Professor, Law, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW
Location:
Leighton Hall
01:00 PM
Concurrent sessions
Location:
John Niland Scientia Building
Conflict-related Sexual Violence
Location:
Gallery 1
‘Transformative’ Reparations for Conflict related sexual violence: Promises, Prospects, Problems'
Louise Chappell
Prosecuting sexual and gender-based crimes at the ICC: progress and challenges
Rosemary Grey
Strengthening International Gender Justice through the Delivery of Reparations Programmes at the International Criminal Court
Kristin Kalla
Responses to Violence and Exploitation: Emerging Strategies and New Directions
03:15 PM
Concurrent sessions
Location:
John Niland Scientia Building
05:00 PM
Chair:
David Dixon, Professor, and Dean, UNSW Law
Speaker(s):
Natasha Stott Despoja AM, Australian Ambassador for Women and Girls, and Chair, Our Watch, Australia’s Foundation to End Violence Against Women and their Children
Location:
Ritchie Theatre
05:30 PM
Cocktail reception
Location:
Scientia Foyer
06:30 PM
Conference dinner
Location:
Leighton Hall

Thursday 12th February

08:30 AM
Registration
Location:
Scientia Foyer
09:00 AM
Plenary Panel - Intersectionality in Practice: how can we ensure that research in the gendered violence field takes into account multiple levels of social inequality and injustice?
Chair:
kylie valentine, Deputy Director and Senior Research Fellow, Social Policy Research Centre, UNSW
Location:
Leighton Hall
Intersectionality in Practice: how can we ensure that research in the gendered violence field takes into account multiple levels of social inequality and injustice?
10:30 AM
Morning tea
Location:
Scientia Foyer
11:00 AM
Concurrent sessions
Location:
John Niland Scientia Building
Gendered Disability Violence: Intersections in Research, Policy and Practice
Location:
Leighton Hall
Understanding and identifying gendered disability violence
Karen Soldatic, Jo Spangaro, Leanne Dowse
Working for policy change to address gendered disability violence
Aminath Didi, Leanne Dowse, Karen Soldatic
Complex Intersections: disability, gender, violence and criminalisation
Leanne Dowse, Karen Soldatic, Aminath Didi
Gender and the Policing of Domestic Violence: a Cross-Jurisdictional Comparison
Location:
Ritchie Theatre
Who does what to whom? Gender and domestic violence perpetrators in police records
Marianne Hester
Dual perpetration of domestic abuse: a contradiction in terms?
Oona Brooks
Pro-arrest policing, dual arrests and the policing of domestic violence in NSW
Lesley Laing, Julie Stubbs, Jane Wangmann, Betty Green
12:45 PM
Lunch
Location:
Scientia Foyer
01:45 PM
Concurrent sessions
Location:
John Niland Scientia Building
Reform and Safety Issues for Women and Children
Location:
Leighton Hall
Exploring the impact of policy on young people's exposure to violence over time
Pauline Gulliver, Janet Fanslow, Robyn Dixon
Legal and Policy Responses to Family and Domestic Violence
Location:
Tyree Room
Impact of legal and policy responses to violence against women and girls in Timor-Leste
Anna Mi-Young Yang, Laura Afonso de Jesus
Intimate Partner Violence and Health Responses
Location:
Gallery 1
It's like your own personal hotline: Women's views on a website and smartphone application addressing intimate partner violence
Laura Tarzia, Emily Thrower, Jodie Valpied, Nancy Glass, Kelsey Hegarty
Sustainability of DV screening in primary care: MOVE - randomised trial of an enhanced model of maternal child health nurse DV screening and care
Angela Taft
General Practitioners' Perceived Readiness to Identify and Respond to Intimate Partner Abuse
Traci Po-yan Leung, Christina Bryant, Lisa Phillips, Kelsey Hegarty
03:30 PM
Afternoon tea
Location:
Scientia Foyer
04:00 PM
Plenary Panel - Looking Ahead to Beijing+30: what is challenging our understanding of gendered violence and what should be the research imperatives in the coming decade?
Chair:
Andrea Durbach, Professor of Law, and Director, Australian Human Rights Centre, UNSW
Location:
Leighton Hall
Looking Ahead to Beijing+30: what is challenging our understanding of gendered violence and what should be the research imperatives in the coming decade?
05:30 PM
Closing remarks & closing address
Speaker(s):
Professor The Honourable Dame Marie Bashir AD CVO; Jan Breckenridge, Associate Professor, Arts & Social Sciences, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW, and Annie Cossins, Associate Professor, Law, and Co-convenor, Gendered Violence Research Network, UNSW
Location:
Leighton Hall