Making the Future Safer for our Children.

Conference Date | 22nd October 2019

The Agenda

  • 8.00am - Registration

    Register & Network
  • 8.45am - Conference Officially Opens

    Dr Kieran Le Plastrier, Psychiatry SMO, Researcher
  • 8.48am - Welcoming Address

  • 8.53am - Conference Overview

    Tracy McLeod Howe, CEO CAPS.au.org
  • 9.08am - Government Video

  • 9.12am - First Nations Address

    Judy Atkinson, Emeritus Professor – SCU
  • 9.27am - Government Address

    Michael Salter, Scientia Fellow & Associate Professor of Criminology, UNSW
  • 9.42am - Keynote Address | World Premiere of Tommy

    Darren Mort
  • 9.57am - Keynote Address | What Kids are Saying

    Andrew Johnson, NSW Advocate for Children and Young People
  • 10.17am - Panel Session | Royal Commission in the Real World

    Janet Schorer, NSW Children’s Guardian
    Kathryn Mandla, Head: National Office for Child Safety
    Julianna Demetrius, A/Deputy Ombudsman
  • 10.50am - Panel session 1

    Audience Q&A
  • 11.05am - Morning Tea

  • 11:35am - Concurrent Session 1 & 2

    Session 1: The Hidden Victors - Kids and Domestic Violence
    Annika McCaffrey, Advocate for children and young people

    Session 2: Technology/AI: Friend or Foe
  • 11:55am - Panel Session for Concurrent Session 1 & 2

    Session 1: The Hidden Victors - Kids and Domestic Violence
    Tracy McLeod Howe, CEO CAPS.au.org
    Jess Hill, Journalist
    Annika McCaffrey, Advocate for children and young people
    Michael Salter, Scientia Fellow and Associate Professor of Criminology, UNSW
    Ballina Gee, Social Impact Investment | Award Winning Arts & Culture Creative | Ambassador

    Session 2: Technology/AI: Friend or Foe
    Julie Inman - Grant, Australian E-Safety Commissioner
    Vinod Ralh, Deloitte
    Ryan Bloxsom, Government
  • 12.35pm - Concurrent Session 1 & 2

    Audience Q&A
  • 12.50pm - Lunch

  • 1.45pm - Concurrent Session 3 & 4

    Session 3: It takes a village - Survivors Stories
    Ruth Link & Lara Scott, EY

    Session 4: Breaking the Cycle - A Preventative Approach
    Natalie Siegal-Brown, Public Guardian
  • 2.00pm - Concurrent Session 3 & 4

    Session 3: It Takes a Village - Survivors Stories
    Kathie Melocco, The Workplace Chaplain
    Topic: Workplace Workshop Interactive session

    Session 4: Breaking the Cycle - A Preventative Approach
    Martin Fisk, CEO, Menslink
    Topic: Breaking the cycle - working with young boys
  • 2:30pm - Panel Session for Concurrent Session 3 & 4

    Session 3: It Takes a Village - Survivors Stories
    Tracy McLeod Howe, CEO, CAPS.au.org
    Craig Hughes-Cashmore, Survivors & Mates Support Network
    Emma Gierschick, Children of Disability Australia
    Ruth Link, EY

    Session 4: Breaking the Cycle - A Preventative Approach
    Martin Fisk, CEO, Menslink
    Trish Mitra Kahn
    Natalie Siegal-Brown, Public Guardian
    Gary Groves,Their Futures Matter (TFM)
  • 2:55pm - Concurrent Session 3 & 4

    Audience Q&A
  • 3:05pm - Afternoon Tea

  • 3.30pm - Keynote Address: Launch of CDVA

    Tracy McLeod Howe, CEO, CAPS.au.org
    Lula Dembele, Head of CDVA Policy, Adult Survivors and Advocacy
  • 4.00pm - Conference Summary

    Dr Keiran Le Plastrier, Board Member, CAPS
  • 4.15pm - Entertainment

  • 4:45pm - Networking

Register Today!

INDIVIDUAL TICKET

AUD$500

EARLY BIRD Expires 30/7/19

  • RRP $690.00 | Early Bird Package for full program includes Lunch, Morning and A/Tea. Price Excludes Gst.

GROUP TICKET

AUDPOA

EARLY BIRD Expires 30/7/19

  • Early Bird Package for full program includes Lunch, Morning and A/Tea. Price Excludes Gst.

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