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Webinar by TAFE Gippsland-Changing Community Attitudes

30Nov2021

As part of TAFE Gippslands commitment to the health and wellbeing of their students, staff and the wider community, they are providing a webinar as a platform to discuss ‘Changing Community Attitudes’ around gender based violence.

From 12:30pm until 2:30pm

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TAFE Gippsland campuses are situated within regional areas of Victoria, which have some of the highest rates of Family Violence.

As part of their commitment to the health and wellbeing of their students, staff and the wider community, they are providing a webinar as a platform to discuss ‘Changing Community Attitudes’ around gender based violence.

The webinar will be offered during the16 Days of Activism and includes leading guest speakers who have experience working in gender-based violence.

TAFE Gippsland acknowledges the impact that gender based violence has on women. We acknowledge their lived experience and resilience over many generations.

In this session we look forward to hearing from male speakers, acknowledging that men have an active role to play in reducing gendered violence. Often women feel responsible for leading the change. We welcome this opportunity for men to be engaged in the conversation and promote their role in being part of the solution.

 

Speakers include:

Phil Cleary

Jeremy Schroder

Owen Smeal

Chris Gibson

The Orange Door

Presentations will be followed by live Q&A.

 

Who should attend?

Men and women in the community. Staff. Students. Anyone who wants to learn, understand and broaden the conversation around gender based violence – an issue for both men and women.

Be part of the conversation.

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