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Join us for the annual Safe & Together™ Model Asia Pacific Conference: Domestic Violence & Children – May 26-28, 2021
The Safe & Together Institute and Berry Street continue to partner and will host the 4th Safe & Together™ Model Asia Pacific Conference in Melbourne, Australia on May 26-28. We will bring together practitioners, policymakers, academics and leaders from across child protection, child youth and family services, family violence, men’s service, justice and mental health. The conference will also consist of keynote presentations, skill-building and discussion in concurrent sessions, as well as networking opportunities.
Featuring David Mandel, Executive Director of the Safe & Together Institute, we are excited to announce that Matt Brown, a New Zealand-born Samoan will provide our closing Keynote presentation on the first day of the conference. Matt and his wife Sarah founded the global movement “She is Not Your Rehab”.
How are you using the Safe & Together™ Model in your practice? We invite you to share your experience and learnings by submitting a conference abstract. Abstract submissions are due by 9 April. Submit an abstract now.
Know someone who deserves an award?
In order to encourage and celebrate the hard work that so many are doing around the globe to implement and promote the Safe & Together™ Model, the Safe & Together Institute have created the Champions Awards. Nominate someone now.
Past Conference Feedback
Download the full evaluation report from the 2019 Safe & Together™ Model Asia Pacific Conference. Check out the feedback we received from last year, in addition to the feedback from the 2018 North America Conference and the 2019 European Conference.
Certified Trainer Seminar
The Trainer Certification Program (TCP) has produced professionals certified to train on the Safe & Together Model around the globe, paving the way for sustainable practice change that leads toward better family outcomes. This session is an exclusive invitation for Certified Trainers to attend a roundtable discussion with the Model’s founder, David Mandel.