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CFC Event – How to break down barriers.

10 March @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT

Free
How to break down barriers

Free webinar invitation

https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4601607208130281741

How to break down barriers to collaboration and create meaningful partnerships

Presenters: Lottie Turner, Marika Manioudakis
Facilitator: Jess Smart

Wednesday, 10 March 2021 1:00–2:00 pm AEDT. Find your time zone.

Professionals working with children and families are often compelled to work together when they have mutual clients. Past CFCA webinars have explored the common structural, philosophical and communication barriers that can arise during these partnerships.

Building on these lessons, this webinar will discuss various ways in which services are collaborating across the health justice landscape in Australia and break down the barriers to establishing successful partnerships. Specifically, it will:
• Summarise the evidence on how to engage in effective partnerships
• Provide a case example of effective health justice partnership in practice
• Feature an extended Q&A session, including live questions and questions taken at registration.
This event will be of interest to professionals working in legal services, family violence and other health and social services.

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About the presenters

Lottie Turner
Health Justice Australia

As Partnerships Director, Lottie is responsible for leading Health Justice Australia’s work to support effective practice across the health justice landscape, including through convening, brokering and mentoring health justice partnerships. A proud Kiwi, social worker and PBA accredited partnership broker, Lottie has spent 15 years working in health and human rights. She has led and supported complex organisational change initiatives, including the design and implementation of Cohealth’s inaugural Human Rights & Advocacy Framework; is a champion for LGBTIQ+ health and human rights, including through roles with Gay & Lesbian Health Victoria (now Rainbow Health Victoria), the Australian Research Centre in Sex, Health & Society and award-winning publication Archer Magazine; has been called on to provide advice on inclusion strategies and partnership brokerage during the Black Saturday bushfires recovery; and, in 2015, was named by Junkee.com as one of 200 young Australian changemakers.

Marika Manioudakis
Eastern Community Legal Centre

Marika is the Manager of Family Violence Initiatives at the Eastern Community Legal Centre. With an educational background in Behavioural Science, Marika’s work over the last 12 years has primarily focused on improving the support available to women experiencing family violence, particularly through their experience of the legal system. This has included a number of roles at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal, Eastern Community Legal Centre, Court Network and the Domestic Violence Resource Centre. As the Manager of Family Violence Initiatives at the Eastern Community Legal Centre, Marika currently manages the Mabels, WELS, SAGE and HEAL programs, which seek to respond to the intertwined legal, family violence support and financial counselling needs of women and their children experiencing family violence.

 

Details

Date:
10 March
Time:
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT
Cost:
Free
Events Category:
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Location

AIFS
Level 4, 40 City Road
Southbank, Victoria 3006 Australia
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