Imagining our future in 2031
Please join us for this on-line optimistic event!
In the lead-up to the national Women’s Safety Summit, we’re inviting you to explore with us where we want Australia to be in 10 years.
Imagining we are already in 2031 and asking ourselves; How did we successfully respond to the trauma suffered by the survivors of family, domestic, and sexual violence? Join us for this unusual online futuring event as we aim to create a safer, healthier 2031 for women and children.
Co-designed and presented by Illawarra Women’s Health Centre, Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists, University of Sydney, and Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders) Australia with keynote presentations from Ash Johnstone, Dr Karen Williams, Lula Dembele, and Sally Stevenson AM.
Open to everyone and hosted by Sydney University’s Dr Clare Cooper, we will imagining….:
- How we respond to the impact on the health of survivors of family, domestic, and sexual violence in 2031?
- What does the lived experience of recovery look like in 2031?
- What does the family, domestic, and sexual violence policy, planning and funding environment look like in 2031?
WHEN: Wednesday 21st July 2021, 6:00-7:00pm
HOW: Click on the button below (Zoom links will be sent to you one week before the event.)