It contains a wealth of reading on research, policy and practice in tackling violence against women and children. We hope it will be useful for many readers.
Thanks to ANROWS (Australia’s National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety) for enlisting the Croakey Conference News Service, and to Annie Blatchford and Marie McInerney for providing this coverage.
And a big shout-out to conference participants and #ANROWS2016 tweeps. Here are the final Twitter analytics, sourced via Symplur, covering the period 20 Feb – 6 March.
For mine, the most telling figure is that there were 800 participants in the Twittersphere.
PostScript: If you are organising a conference that may be of interest/use to Croakey readers, please consider enlisting the Croakey Conference News Service. More details are here.