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MATE Bystander Nov 27
We’ve had a very full few days in WA, training Rio Tinto staff in their Perth office before heading to Tom Price in the Pilbara yesterday. We were lucky enough to meet with a group of community stakeholders who were…
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MATE Bystander Nov 16
Great idea for a Xmas present this year 👌🏽
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MATE Bystander Nov 13
Thanks Graham - Shannon is such an incredible human! We are really pleased to welcome Michael, wouldn’t it be awesome for us to have a global event one day! 🙏🏽🙌🏽
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MATE Bystander Nov 13
Shannon is the very reason this program exists in Australia today. She’s an exceptional advocate in this space. Welcome Michael, we are so very pleased to have you and your knowledge in our country 🙌🏽
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MATE Bystander Nov 11
It’s conference week!! We’re literally just days away and the excitement is real! It’s hard to believe we’ve waited this long to spotlight Heather Nancarrow as one of our esteemed
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MATE Bystander Nov 6
The countdown is well and truly on! One week to go until the big day. If you haven’t yet registered, you still have time. We are getting so excited for the conversations and the connection! Let’s change the world!…
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MATE Bystander Nov 4
Financial well-being for women... what is that about and why is it important? Also, what does it have to do with violence prevention? Enter cathy_oddie who will be joining us at the
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MATE Bystander Nov 4
It is an honour to introduce special guest Faiza El-Higzi to our MATE community as a speaker! Faiza is passionate about social justice and inclusion. She is an active member of the…
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MATE Bystander Nov 1
So, do bystanders make it worse when they get involved in DV situations? What does ‘getting involved’ even mean? What message does it send to the person experiencing the violence? Introducing Rachel Kayrooz, who’s…
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MATE Bystander Oct 30
Introducing another esteemed guest speaker, Natasha Stott Despoja! Natasha’s list of achievements is long, varied and impressive. She’s currently the founding chair of Our Watch, she was…
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MATE Bystander Oct 29
Tickets are selling fast! Register now at . The final program will be released this week and you really don’t want to miss out! We’d love to see you there.
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MATE Bystander Oct 27
If you’ve ever seen Michael Jeh facilitate, or even just talk about violence against women and gender equality, you would have heard his passion and fierce drive for change. Michael is a former professional…
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MATE Bystander Oct 24
Being in the presence of Cathy and her brilliant mind is a privilege we at MATE get to enjoy, and after every meeting, we leave inspired. Having her on board to talk about and it’s link to gender…
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MATE Bystander Oct 22
We're FINALISTS! Taking a break from speaker spotlights, to announce that the MATE program is a FINALIST in the 2019 Australian Human Rights Commission Awards! The work we do each and…
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MATE Bystander Oct 21
Ever wondered how social justice and violence prevention is done internationally? Or how the MATE message works with youth? Well, Michael Hail is here to give us some insight. Michael has worked in community…
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MATE Bystander Oct 20
Introducing Alanna Bastin-Byrne to the line up! Often, people want to know what they can do, in their every day lives, to promote gender equality. Enter: ! Did you know,…
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MATE Bystander Oct 17
This is our first speaker spotlight! As soon as we saw ’s work, we knew we had to know more about him. His work resonates so incredibly well with the MATE philosophy and…
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Di Farmer Oct 14
And today I launched the “What were you wearing?” exhibition - the clothes victims were wearing when they were sexually assaulted - ordinary clothes, that tell the story that being raped is not about what you were wearing but the person who raped you.
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MATE Bystander Oct 14
Feeling humble and proud today!
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MATE Bystander Oct 14
We're beyond excited for our 2019 conference - the list of incredible speakers is just the beginning. Did you know you will also have the opportunity to participate in a MATE session and a MATE-LGBTIQ session? So…
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