ICS offering 2 FOR 1 registration to attend the 2016 World Indigenous SAY NO to Family & Domestic Violence Conference

Top Quote The stage is set by Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) and Stamford Grand Beach Hotel whom are ready to accommodate delegates of the 3rd World Indigenous SAY NO to Domestic and Family Violence Conference on the 14th - 16th of September 2016. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) August 22, 2016 - The 3rd Indigenous SAY NO to Family and Domestic Violence World Conference convenor formally invites you to attend this year's event. The conference agenda has now being finalized which can be accessed through the conference website. As the conference has been centered around the sharing of information, increasing network and access to programs, what a great opportunity it will be to have more than twenty experts gathered in one roof, over the course of this three - day conference, from various states and territories of Australia and international First Nation's guest speakers freely sharing knowledge, ideas based on successes of programs implemented at the community, national and international levels as well as results of research studies and yarning about personal journeys relative to stopping domestic violence.

    The conference will be formally opened by Hon. Zoe Bettison, Minister for Status of Women, Communities and Social Inclusion, Government of South Australia. Among the prominent international First Nations keynote speakers are: Ms. Trudy L. Lavallee, Executive Director of Ikwe Widdjiitiwin, an Aboriginal women and children's domestic and family violence crisis shelter in Winnipeg, Canada is a Treaty member of the Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabe First Nation, worked as the Senior Policy Analyst and Advisor on First Nation children's policies and programs with the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs and Federal Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development; Andrea Aviet is a British author of Armenian, British - Indian ancestry who will share her journey - from her mistake, downfall, abuse to her subsequent strength; and Stephanie Jane Edmond, Senior Communications Advisor for the Ministry of Social Development in New Zealand who has worked on the country's It's not OK Campaign against family violence with specific reference to working with the news media to change attitudes and behaviour towards family violence.

    On the national front, Director and Cultural Advisor, Aunty Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian of Indigenous Wellbeing Centre Bundaberg QLD and Aunty Jenny Munro, CEO of Mudgin-gal Aboriginal Women's Centre NSW; CEO of Australia's White Ribbon, Mrs. Libby Davies and Bravehearts' founder and CEO, Mrs. Hetty Johnston AM; Ms. Jacqui Watt, CEO of No To Violence & Men's Referral Service Men's VIC and Mr. Craig Rigney, Chief Executive Officer Kornar Winmil Yunti Aboriginal Corporation SA are amongst the keynote speakers at the conference.

    With the quality of papers and programs put forward and included in the conference agenda, we encourage anyone who wishes to attend the conference to register as soon as possible. We are offering a limited end of August (2) two delegates at the cost of one (1) registration. We've also negotiated a special conference hotel rate that can only be availed by registered delegates booking their hotel rooms directly at the Stamford Grand Hotel, Glenelg, Adelaide in South Australia

    For further information, please visit the conference webpage http://www.indigenousconferences.com/#!2016-international-domestic-violence-/c1zpe or to register, email us at adminics ( @ ) iinet dot net.au or complete the online registration form at this link: http://www.indigenoushealth.net/registration-men-women-dv

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