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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ANIMAL ABUSE-PERSPECTIVES “HOW TO”  CONFERENCE NOVEMBER 2018, MELBOURNE 17-18th November

Abstracts are now being welcomed for presentations at this years Perspectives conference to be held in Melbourne. This year we will have a strong focus on the practical elements of setting up infrastructure to help people and animals facing domestic violence. More information coming soon

 

 

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND ANIMAL ABUSE-PERSPECTIVES Conference 2015

Lord Byron Resort, Byron Bay 6-8th November 2015

The conference will approach complex issues from a range of perspectives including human-animal crisis services, vets and domestic violence, challenges faced by rural and remote Australians, children and animal abuse, the role of veterinary forensics and empathy and anti-violence education programs. There will also be the presentation of results from current research projects, talks from invited speakers and discussion and focus groups on a range of topical subjects. Meet, network, share and learn from professionals, academics, students and other people working in this area from across the country.

Speakers include;
Dr Catherine Tiplady, author of Animal Abuse: Helping Animals and People
Gillian Cohen, General Manager, Domestic Violence Service Management NSW
Dr Di Evans, RSPCA SA Animal Welfare Advocate
Sandra Ma & Matt French, Safe Beds for Pets Program, RSPCA NSW
Lisa Peel and Richard Wainwright, Saving Grace Project, WA
Dr Lydia Tong, Veterinary Pathologist, University of Sydney/Department of Primary Industries NSW

Email info@lucysproject.com for more information or buy your tickets at

http://www.trybooking.com/IXJV

 

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