ICS Australia hosts the Global First Nations Domestic Violence Conference, Juvenile Justice, First Nations Menís and Womenís Conferences on 21-23 February 2024.

Top Quote ICS is excited to announce its 50% discount offer as the stage is set and all necessary arrangements had been completed for simultaneous staging of the 2024 Global First Nations Domestic Violence Conference, Juvenile Justice and First Nations Menís & Womenís Conferences scheduled to be held on February 21-23, 2024 in Cairns Queensland Australia with the valuable supports from 1800RESPECT. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) January 29, 2024 - ICS Australia has now finalised the conference proceedings with a kaleidoscope of more than thirty guests speakers to share their expertise, lived experiences, personal journeys, program successes, challenges, research outcomes and great opportunities for delegates to participate in events which are devoted to the sharing of Culture, Empowerment, Education & Networking. Some of the featured international keynote speakers are Indigenous development specialists, Dr. Joseph B. Stone, an Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet Indian) tribal member from Northern Montana USA and world-renown Maori health psychologist, Dr. Amber Logan from New Zealand.

    On the national front, featured guest speakers from various states and territories of Australia includes the following experts namely: Hon. Judge Anthony Rafter SC, Commissioner of Department from Justice & Attorney-General; Dr. Bernie Singleton, Elder Wuunta P/L; Marjorie Anderson, National Manager 13YARN; Destiny Dewis, Projects Officer First Nations Foundation; Sharon Finnan-White, Director Finnan-White Consulting & Sport, Culture and Leadership Academy; Bernard Sabadi, CEO Deadly Indigenous Youth Doing Good & Kunjur First Nations Mens Collective; Mark Roberston, Founding Director MPOWER & One Vision Productions; Elliejean Singh, CEO Boorndawan Willam Aboriginal Healing Service; Uncle Graham, Elder & Broadcaster Kunjur Men's Collective; Nyaree Mewett, General Manager CheckUP Australia; Jill White, Ngema Andrews & Thelma Yeatman from Office for Women and Violence Prevention - Department of Justice and Attorney-General; Dr Sabitra Kaphle, Lecturer and Researcher from Central Queensland University; Michael Foster-Greenwood, Senior Sonographer and Student Coordinator from I-Med Radiology; Dr Shannon Dhollande, Dr Karen-Ann Clarke and Dr Diksha Sapkota, Senior Lecturers from Central Queensland University & University of Sunshine Coast; Dr. Joanne Porter, Uncle Alan Coe & Nicholas Johnson, Directors from Federation University Australia; Norma Armstrong-Ravula, Helena Armstrong-Ravula & Chantelle Walmbeng, Kang Kang Youth PCYC Aurukun & National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect (NAPCAN); Daniela Davis, Yilingga Marna Partnership Builder from Dja Dja Wurrung Clans Aboriginal Corporation (DJAARA); Valentine Nona, Project Co Ordinator from Jina Gunduy; Felicia Zsha' Mirzze, CEO & Trauma Therapist Neuro Vitality; Renee Romeo, PhD Candidate University of South Australia; Adele Sheridan-Magro, Sydney Local Health District; Helen Eason, CEO Nellyís Healing Centre Aboriginal Corporation; Mary Corina Martin, CEO Aboriginal Family Legal Service WA; Dawn Thompson, DV Officer Milliya Rumurra Aboriginal Corporation; Prof Silke Meyer, Griffith University; Sarnia Ralston, Project Manager from National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse & Neglect (NAPCAN) and Dr Gabrielle Morrissey, CEO from Women and Children First.

    With all these high calibre guest speakers coupled with the sponsorship of 1800RESPECT, Australiaís national domestic, family and sexual violence counselling, information and support service, these conferences are set to be a success! These conferences are centred around the sharing of information, increasing network and access to programs. What a great opportunity it will be to network with so many frontline workers, policymakers and experts gathered in one roof with delegates coming from various countries of First Nations Australia and international delegations freely sharing knowledge, ideas, research outcomes and successes of programs implemented at the community, national and global levels.

    With just less than 4 weeks to go, registrations for the 2024 Global First Nations Domestic Violence Conference, Asia Pacific Juvenile Justice Conference and First Nations Menís & Womenís Conferences are now 50% off for limited time only if you register on or before 15th February 2024 (Use code: PR50%). Hence, we encourage anyone who wishes to attend either of these conferences to register as soon as possible. Furthermore, it has been proven time and time again that events such as these empower and re-invigorate workers with new ideas, enthusiasm and with a greater feeling of support from new contacts that may be utilised for the betterment of their own local community. With all this in mind, we invite you to actively participate in these conferences. REGISTER NOW!

    For further information, please visit the conference websites: https://www.icsconferences.org or email us at admin ( @ ) icsconferences dot org

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