Child sexual abuse (CSA) and culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communitiesDescription
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse (2013–2017) identified Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) communities as a sub-group of Australia's population that we know very little about.
To help heed the call on building knowledge and capacity in the services sector, a cultural competency education program has been developed.
It is primarily designed for service providers in sexual assault and domestic violence organisations (e.g. counsellors, social workers, and psychologists). However, general practitioners (GPs), psychiatrists, and relevant program trainers, researchers and policy-makers are also invited to attend, as the content is relevant to their work.
Half day face-to-face lecture, with a short voluntary research component (GU HREC approval no. 2018/953)
- Develop and implement a client-centred approach, that is sensitive to culture, racism, sexism, and professional power
Brisbane Mon 25 March 2019
Ship Inn, South Bank campus, Griffith University
Cnr Stanley & Sidon Streets Southbank Parklands, Brisbane
Sydney Wed 27 March 2019
Waldorf Parramatta Apartment Hotel
110-114 James Ruse Dr, Parramatta
Adelaide Fri 29 March 2019
208 South Terrace, Adelaide
Melbourne Wed 3 April 2019
Melbourne Metropole Central
44 Brunswick St Fitzroy, Melbourne
8:30 AM- 1:00 PM
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Child protection, racism, social service delivery, CALD
GP, GP Registrar, Specialist, Doctors in Training (DIT), Medical Student, International Medical Graduate, Overseas Trained Doctor, Psychiatrist