Technology-facilitated abuse and its relationship to domestic and family violence – FREE two-hour workshop! – 17th June 2016

JUNE 2016

PROVIDER: eSafety Women – Empowering women to take control online, The Womens Services Network, The Office of Childrens eSafety Commissioner.
DATE: Friday 17 June 2016
VENUE: Sydney.


Safe access to technology is crucial for women so they can stay connected to their family and friends, engage with the world and get information and support. This presentation has been created by the Office of the Children’s eSafety Commissioner and WESNET, with the support from the Department of Social Services.

The workshop is for frontline and specialist staff, mainstream professionals and those volunteering in the domestic violence field. It will give participants:

  • a detailed understanding of how technology-facilitated abuse can occur and how to make changes to reduce technology risks
  • the knowledge and confidence to support women and families experiencing or recovering from this type of abuse
  • information on how to access a new phone under the WESNET Telstra Safe Connections program.

For more information visit www.esafety.gov.au/women.

COST: Free.
ENQUIRIES: For more information email esafetywomen@esafety.gov.au.
REGISTRATION: Register your interest by emailing esafetywomen@esafety.gov.au and indicate your preferred timeslot: 10am–12pm OR 1pm–3pm.

CLICK HERE for more information.