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Collusion Versus Engagement: Culturally Responsive Practice with Men Who Use Violence

March 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Free

Collusion Versus Engagement: Culturally Responsive Practice with Men Who Use Violence

inTouch’s Sector and Community and Motivation for Change teams invite you to a seminar focusing on Collusion versus Engagement when working with men who use violence.  How does culture inform how to differentiate between collusion and engagement? What does culturally responsive practice and intersectionality look like in this setting? Senior practitioners will share their insights and learnings from the Motivation for Change program and help participants consider, reflect, and navigate this nuanced territory.

Speakers include: 

  • Hamsa Kunaratnam: Facilitator, Motivation for Change – South Asian cohort
  • Ali Hussain: Facilitator, Motivation for Change – Afghan cohort
  • Dr Khaldoon Fahmi: Services Manager, No to Violence MBC Facilitator, VT Uniting – Arabic speaking group

Who would benefit? 

Professionals who encounter men who use violence from migrant and refugee backgrounds in their daily work.

Seminar details 

Tuesday, 22nd March, 11-12.30 AEDT.
It’s free to attend but you must register as there are limited places available.

Register Here.

Venue

Organiser

inTouch
Phone:
03 9413 6500
Website:
https://intouch.org.au/
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