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Past Events

View a selection of past events and programs delivered by the College in 2019

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Family violence
Social Context

The intimate terrorism of family violence.

25 May 2021
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Are you able to recognise coercive control in your courtroom? Do you understand counter-intuitive behaviour? These are some questions covered by family violence experts to help you better understand the dynamics in matters before you.

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Technology Facilitated Abuse

Cyber, Courts and Community: Technology-Facilitated Abuse (Webinar)

11 August 2020, 4.30pm-6.00pm
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What do phones, GPS systems, watches, fitness apps, eTags and loyalty cards have in common?  Join us for in-depth discussion about the challenge that technology-facilitated abuse poses to our current ways of working.

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Koori

Voices from the inside: The Experience for Aboriginal Women and Children (Webinar)

25 June 2020, 4.30pm-5.30pm
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Aboriginal women are the fastest growing prison population. Join us live via webinar for an in-depth discussion dissecting the drivers and responses to this growth in incarceration of Aboriginal women. 

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Family Violence

The Intimate Terrorism of Family Violence

14 November 2019 - 15 November 2019
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Explore the social context of family violence and develop skills to identify and respond to family violence in the court or tribunal room.

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Family Violence

Language, Sentencing and Public Discourse

23 July 2019
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This twilight will canvass the power of language in challenging stereotypes, promoting accountability and enhancing visibility. 

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Jess Hill

Power, Control and Domestic Abuse

11 July 2019
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Walkley award winning investigative journalist Jess Hill returns to the Judicial College to launch her most recent work: See What You Made Me Do – Power, Control and Domestic Abuse.