As part of our Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month series, join us for a conversation with Cathy Oddie, Financial Wellbeing Consultant, Family Violence Advocate, Public Speaker and Survivor.
NOTE: We are presenting this webinar via Zoom. Registration is not required. You can access by clicking this link or the above ‘Booking Link’ button from 12:15pm on Tuesday 26 May.
Or, access Zoom via telephone using the Zoom local contact number in your area. Enter Meeting ID: 850 5235 3945 (no password required).
Facilitating bystander workshops all across the country, we have been met with questions consistently about how bystander action really impacts the person experiencing the violence. Do bystanders make it worse? What message is the victim getting when bystanders intervene? What message are they getting when bystanders do nothing? What if I get it wrong?
These are important questions, and as effective bystanders, the answers can help us to overcome some significant challenges.
Cathy comes from a the perspective of a survivor, and thanks to her work, people in many spaces (including the finance sector) have a better victim/survivor-focused understanding in their practice. Cathy advocates long and hard for a better understanding of the lived experience of people who have suffered violence and abuse.
We’re so pleased to bring this webinar to you, as part of our free DFV Prevention Month series.
*Please note, the content in this session may be confronting. Should you feel that you need support during or after the webinar, please contact:
1800RESPECT 1800 737 732 – Australia’s nationwide confidential information, counselling and support services for people impacted by sexual assault, domestic or family violence and abuse.
Lifeline: 13 11 14