Griffith Criminology Institute

Online Change Event: Pathways to Prevent Domestic Violence
25 Aug

Online Change Event: Pathways to Prevent Domestic Violence

This Change 2021 event aims to discuss pathways to violence prevention and brings together a diverse panel of speakers. All these speakers are already making change happen. They keep our communities safer with their passion and commitment and their organisations play a key role in delivering pathways that can prevent violence.
2019 MATE Summit
14 Nov

2019 MATE Summit

The second annual MATE conference seeks to gather like-minded people to come together to discuss the prevention of violence against women and gender equality. We will discuss the promotion of gender equality, redefining masculinity and how we can proactively contribute to long-term cultural change in our daily lives. You will also hear innovative ways organisations are responding to and preventing violence in their fields.
Raise Your Kids to Raise Their Voice: ANZATSA Public Engagement Event
24 Jul

Raise Your Kids to Raise Their Voice: ANZATSA Public Engagement Event

​The Australian and New Zealand Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abuse (ANZATSA) is hosting a free information evening available to the public on Wednesday 24th July 2019. The event will involve an hour-long panel discussion moderated by freelance journalist and long-time ABC investigative reporter Nance Haxton.
Complexities in the Management of Sex Offenders in the Community Workshop
29 Oct

Complexities in the Management of Sex Offenders in the Community Workshop

*Trigger Warning*
This event contains information about sexual assault and/or violence which may be triggering to survivors. Support is available on campus or through 1800RESPECT.

​Griffith Criminology Institute, in partnership with the Australian and New Zealand Association of Psychiatry, Psychology and Law presents:
Complexities in the management of sex offenders in the community Workshop