WEEK-LONG WEBINAR SERIES

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What an amazing line-up of speakers we have for the National Child Protection Week webinar series this year!

In order of appearance, we have:

  • Professor Ben Mathews, QUT 
  • Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson, Jiman & Bundjalung woman, Founder We Al-li
  • Kylie Captain, Gamilaroi woman, Director Dream Big Education 
  • Jess Hill, Journalist, Author and Advocate
  • Biljana Milosevic, Centre Director, Jannawi Family Centre
  • Moo Baulch, Women’s & Girls’​ Emergency Centre (WAGEC) and Chair, OurWatch
  • Dr Paul Gray, Associate Professor, Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research
  • Tim Crosier, Manager, Children’s Policy Branch, Department of Social Services
  • Helen Missen, Queensland Department of Child Safety, Seniors and Disability Services
  • Jamie Crosby, CEO, Families Australia
  • Dr Divna Haslam, Senior Research Fellow and Clinical Psychologist, QUT
  • Associate Professor Alina Morawska, University of Queensland
  • Chanel Contos, ​​Founder, Teach Us Consent
  • Libby Payne, Love Bites facilitator and youth advocate
  • Oliver White, Chairperson of NAPCAN Youth Speak Out (NYSO)
  • Ruben Sherriff, Member of NAPCAN Youth Speak Out (NYSO)
  • Natalie Siegel-Brown, Commissioner, Productivity Commission 
  • Dr Robyn Mildon, Founding CEO, Centre for Evidence and Implementation
  • Professor Sharon Bessell, Australian National University
  • Nat Kendall-Taylor, CEO FrameWorks Institute US
  • Annette Michaux, Parenting Research Centre & FrameWorks Institute

For more information or to register, go to NAPCAN’s website.

Note that all webinars will be recorded and available for viewing by mid-September.

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