Mon, May 24

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Zoom Online Event

Coercive Control the Invisible forms of Domestic Violence

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Coercive Control the Invisible forms of Domestic Violence

Time & Location

May 24, 2021, 7:00 PM – 8:30 PM GMT+10

Zoom Online Event

About the Event

IMPORTANT INFORMATION - THIS IS A RECORDED ONLINE EVENT FOR PR PURPOSE OF OUR MISSION AND SUPPORT OUR FUTURE EVENTS.  BY REGISTERING TO ATTEND YOU GIVE YOUR CONSENT TO THE RECORDING. Anyone atending can choose to turn on their camera off, and can also edit their name for privacy resonas (right click your name and change it an to aliais name, first name only or leave a short message like (ie we hear you, your not alone, the why campaign, #oneyearzerodeaths2025, your loved, we care, endDV etc). 

Domestic Violence Awareness Virtual Global Events to come together in solidairty to prevent end it killing more innocent lives. Our Mission #OneYearZeroDeaths2025.  Our first panelist guest speaker, is Dr Silke Meyer, who is an Associate Professor in Criminology and the Deputy Director of the Gender and Family Violence Prevention Centre at Monash University with adjunct affiliations at CQUniversity and Griffith University. She is a criminologist and social worker by training, bringing practical and theoretical expertise to her research, teaching and writing. Dr Meyer will talk about the coercive control and the importance of understanding non-phyiscal abuse. She will help the public recgnisie the signs and its complex nature. 

Our Second panelist guest, is a VIP honouary Austrlalia Of the Year Award Local Hero Rosemary Kariuki, is the multicultural community liaison officer for the Parramatta Police. However she recently transferred to Campbelltown City Police Area Command, where she will continue to inspire hope in those in need. Fleeing Kenya alone in 1999 to escape family abuse and tribal clashes, her early years in Australia were terribly lonely. 

Our third panlists guest speaker is, Madeleine Heather  is a sexual assault survivor and advocate for survivors of abuse. Her belief that our voices can empower survivors to share, and educate the public on what these crimes look like. Together we can reduce the disability experienced by survivors, and decrease the occurrence of these crimes.