Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Georgie Dent 28 Nov 18
‘Bystander interventions have been more effective in shifting attitudes than shifting behaviour’
Reply Retweet Like
Georgie Dent 28 Nov 18
There has been a 200% increase in girls & women playing NRL in the Gold Coast since 2017 - Rebecca Cohen from says it shows the power of creating pathways for women in the sport.
Reply Retweet Like
Janis Hanley 27 Nov 18
Griffith University’s conference
Reply Retweet Like
Georgie Dent 28 Nov 18
‘There is real power in men seeing other men talk up and take action’ Professor Paul Mazerolle
Reply Retweet Like
Griffith Criminology 28 Nov 18
Inspiring panel of leading women in media discussing the the key role that media can play when representing women and violence at the conference today
Reply Retweet Like
Griffith Criminology 28 Nov 18
The incredible panel speaking on Women in sport: what’s the gap at the conference this morning, including Dr Adele Pavlidis from Griffith University
Reply Retweet Like
Heather Nancarrow 28 Nov 18
Listening to Karin Liddel, Dr Adele Pavlidis and Bec Miles during Women in Sport: What’s the Gap? Check out NRL’s Voices against Violence campaign
Reply Retweet Like
Fiona Passarin 27 Nov 18
inspirational speakers. Bystanders are critical in breaking the cycle
Reply Retweet Like
ANROWS 28 Nov 18
ANROWSCEO spoke at today about the National Community Attitudes Survey & the release of the 2017 NCAS findings tomorrow - incl. results on bystanders’ willingness to act
Reply Retweet Like
Tania Willis 28 Nov 18
Evidence demonstrates that ‘Doing nothing does harm’.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Michael Flood 28 Nov 18
Bystander intervention: Valuable resources from VicHealth, including Ann Taket's rapid review on the evidence for their effectiveness, are here:
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Areti Metuamate 27 Nov 18
Superb session on women and gender parity in the workforce, ‘Facing the patriarchy’, here at the conference on the Gold Coast
Reply Retweet Like
Gillian McIlwain 28 Nov 18
Reply Retweet Like
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.
Reply Retweet Like
MATE Bystander 25 Oct 18
Who is excited to hear a discussion on the movement of men committed to ending violence against women at the conference? We certainly are! Dr Michael Flood,…
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Areti Metuamate 27 Nov 18
Poweful panel of speakers at the conference. Great point by the amazing @sueplus2andyou about being aware of one’s privilege even within one’s own marginalisation.
Reply Retweet Like
Renee Hamilton 27 Nov 18
Qld Minister addressing the conference delegates. Such an honour to be part of this great event
Reply Retweet Like
Adele Pavlidis 28 Nov 18
This is on today on the Gold Coast
Reply Retweet Like
Shannon Stuart 🌈 28 Nov 18
Dr Christopher Dowling presents further work from . Around 1/4 of DV episodes occured in a public/semi-public setting. This highlights the importance & ability of bystanders to intervene in physical DFV more than previously thought.
Reply Retweet Like
Dr Areti Metuamate 27 Nov 18
Replying to @georgiedent
Hopefully we will see you tomorrow!
Reply Retweet Like