PRESENTATIONS

 

 

A number of presentations are currently available which can be given in conjunction with the Violence against Women 365 International Poster Exhibition”. These presentations are intended to compliment the exhibition through education while creating an awareness of the multi-faceted issue of violence against women and children raised during the exhibition.

 

Presentations marked with an (*) can be given separately as extended stand-alone features or as part of a comprehensive training modules. Other associated presentations are available on request.

 

 

CHILD ABUSE:

 

Recognise and examine issues of

         Categories of abuse,

         Link between Domestic Violence and Child Abuse,

         Child molesters,

         Effects on children,

         Risk assessment,

         Shaken Baby Syndrome,

         Injuries / Burns,

         Categories of abusers,

         Interviewing victims,

         Incest

 

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE:

 

Recognises and examines issues of

         Dynamics of Domestic Violence,*

         Defining the issues,

         Indications of abuse,

         Forms of abuse,

         Why victims of Domestic Violence stay?

         Cycle of Violence

         Characteristics of victims,

         Characteristics of abuser,

         Women as abusers,

         Children as abusers,

         Implications of Domestic Violence Act, 1996,*

         Lethality

 

 

ELDER ABUSE:

 

Recognises and examines issues of:

         Physical Abuse,

         Neglect Abuse

         Financial Abuse & Exploitation,

         Sexual Abuse,

         Institutional Abuse,

         Abuse by Care Giver,

         Indicators of Abuse,

         Characteristics of Abuser

 

 

HUMAN TRAFFICKING OF WOMEN & CHILDREN:

 

Recognises and examine issues of

         Defining the problem,

         Myths around trafficking

         Identifying the crime,

         Needs of victims,

         Prostitution and Sexual exploitation of  victims,

         Strategies for combating human trafficking

 

 

STALKING & HARASSMENT:

 

Recognises and examines issues of

         Defining the problem,

         Stalker types,

         Forms of stalking,

         Reactions of victims,

         Safety issues for victims,

         Stalking at workplace.

 

 

RAPE, SEXUAL ASSAULT & SEXUAL HARASSMENT:

 

Recognises and examines issues of

         Rape,*

         Patterns of rape,

         Myths about rape,

         Drug Facilitated Sexual Assault,*

         Drugs associated with DFSA,*

         Forms of Sexual Harassment,

         Categories of Sexual Harassment,

         Effects on victims,

         Non-reporting, delayed reporting / recanting of complaints,

         Other Sex-Related Offences,

         Sex Offenders

 

OTHER:

 

Recognises and examines issue of:

  • Teen Dating Violence
  • Men and Women working together challenging violence perpetrated against women