20% off Aboriginal books
Ilura Press offers 20% off their Aboriginal titles and free shipping, exclusive to Creative Spirits visitors. This is 100% Aboriginal content, produced by Aboriginal people.
To claim this offer use coupon code CreativeSpirits20%discount on checkout for the following titles:
- Indigenous Etchings - Black and Sexy, a collection of Aboriginal poems, short stories, interviews and photos.
- Indigenous Etchings - Treaty, extends the previous collection with works focused around the call for a treaty.
- Too Afraid to Cry by Ali Cobby Eckermann is a memoir that, in bare blunt prose and piercingly lyrical verse, gives witness to the human cost of policies that created the Stolen Generations.
10% off conference about domestic violence
Save 10% off your ticket to the Breaking the Cycle for Domestic & Family Violence conference end of March 2016.
Breaking the Cycle for Domestic & Family Violence
Interagency response and & Intervention
30th March – 1st April 2016
Novotel Darling Harbour, Sydney
From January to late September 2015, 63 Australian women have been killed as a result of domestic and family violence in Australia. The statistics surrounding domestic and family violence are staggering, with a recorded 28,780 family and domestic violence related assaults in NSW in 2015 (Australian Bureau of Statistics).
As media coverage continues to raise awareness and demand answers and strategies to stop family and domestic violence, the Federal Government under Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull announced a $100 million package of measures to provide a safety net for women and children at high risk of experiencing violence. While the package is a step in the right direction, it hasn’t returned funding to the levels before the Abbott Government.
Breaking the cycle of family and domestic violence is dependent on the creation of safe and secure environments for victims via timely support services as well as rehabilitating offenders.
Akolade’s Breaking the Cycle for Domestic & Family Violence conference examines how front line service providers can embed interagency response and intervention strategies in their organisations. This is a vital step for sustainably eliminating domestic & family violence.
Why should you attend?
Key benefits of attending:
- Embed safe and secure environments for victims
- Explore latest innovations in perpetrator programmes
- Examine the critical role of men’s behaviour change programmes
- Adopt culturally appropriate approaches to DFV in Indigenous communities
- Deliver effective interagency responses across DV services and other agencies
Don’t miss hearing from these key speakers:
- Jonty Bush, Awarded Anti-Violence Advocate, Young Australian of the Year, 2009, YMCA 125 Most Inspiring Women
- Alison McCann, National Manager - Families Programme Assurance and Coordination, Department of Human Services
- Jacqui Watt, Chief Executive Officer, No To Violence
- Libby Davies, Chief Executive Officer, White Ribbon Australia
- Michael Fuller APM, Assistant Commissioner and Spokesman for Domestic and Family Violence, NSW Police
Claim your discount!
Creative Spirits members are eligible for a 10% discount off the current price. Quote: WFXC1 to secure your discount.
10% off cross-cultural training
Why Warriors develops solutions to the some of the problems faced by Aboriginal people.
The company specialises in providing practical cross-cultural training, drawing from 30 years of understanding of traditional and contemporary Aboriginal culture. They provide the knowledge and skills to create effective strategies for developing Aboriginal communities, with a particular focus on remote communities in Australia’s Northern Territory.
Any monies raised go back to the Yolngu of Arnhem Land to assist with enterprise facilitation.
Enter discount code CSWW01 when booking through the following link to receive 10% off. The discount applies to both the April and the October seminars.
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