Engender Equality are delivering free training for victim-survivors to learn skills and build confidence to tell their story to the media, perform public speaking or advocate to bring change and better outcomes for victim-survivors in Tasmania.
Speak Out Advocacy are looking for dynamic speakers and presenters for this year’s Speak Out Conference, Standing Strong, Standing Together.
Engender Equality is thrilled to announce registrations are open for our new online masterclass Breaking the Trap: Working with Clients Experiencing Coercive Control. Following her acclaimed 10-part video series on coercive control, Engender Equality senior practitioner Dr Torna Pitman is offering an extended professional development opportunity for workers in all sectors whose clients may have experienced family violence, abuse and coercive control.
Free, confidential and practical support and information is available to people who experienced sexual abuse as children while in the care of an institution. The Scheme provides an alternative to seeking compensation through the courts. You don’t have to lodge an application to receive support and information through services provided by SASS.
Hobart City has funded a collaborative and community artist program at the LongHouse, supported by Nayri Niara. The aims of the program are to provide a space that encourages connection-building across communities and between individuals of varying experience levels and backgrounds. To help build the practical skills and confidence involved with being a professional artist and to share the love with the broader nipaluna/Hobart community.
Parity magazine is the Council to Homeless Persons\’ national publication and expressions of interest are being sought for their July edition titled Learning from Lived Experience.
Laurel House is seeking the services of a Team Manager to lead and coordinate the Laurel House sexual assault support service provision across the North and North-West of Tasmania, including counselling, education, and the 24/7 support service.
COTA works to advance the rights, interests and futures of Australians as we age. The Policy Council aims to identify emerging policy issues impacting on older Tasmanians, make recommendations on proposed policy responses and ensure that policy is based on stakeholder input, research and engagement with older Tasmanians.
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Expressions of interest are invited from organisations wishing to occupy the Youth ARC upper level, located at the rear of City Hall – 44 Collins Street Hobart, for an initial lease period of two years.