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Using Indigenous research methodologies to end domestic and family violence - ANROWS - Webinar

March 10, 2023 at 2:36 PM

From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse -


Friday 17 March 2023


3-4:30pm, NZDT (1-2:30pm, AEDT)


Online (Australia based)





Ending violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and children requires listening to and learning from First Nations experiences and knowledge. Indigenous research methodologies generate rich and robust evidence that can be leveraged to create culturally appropriate, trauma informed policy and practice responses. With the new National Plan setting a bold 50 per cent reduction target on all forms of violence against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and girls by 2031, understanding Indigenous research methodologies is now crucial.

Register for this event

This webinar features a panel discussion amongst First Nations researchers in domestic and family violence. Drawing on recent research as well as projects currently underway, the presenters will share their understanding of what constitutes Indigenous research methodologies, the theoretical frameworks that underpin the methodologies, and how the Indigenous research methodologies have been successfully implemented.

The discussion will be critical to policymakers and practice designers working across the domestic and family violence sector under the new National Plan. It will also be useful to researchers and institutions exploring Indigenous research methodologies.

This discussion will be facilitated by Professor Dawn Bessarab (Director of the ANROWS Board) with:

  • Candice Butler, Director, QATSICPP Centre of Excellence, Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak
  • Kyllie Cripps Professor, Monash Indigenous Studies Centre

More presenters to be announced.

There will also be a live Q&A.

The webinar is open to anyone and free to attend. Live captioning will be available for the webinar.

A recording of the webinar will also be made available on the ANROWS website


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