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Early bird registrations open for ANROWS 2020 Conference

Limited early bird registrations are now available for the ANROWS National Research Conference on Violence Against Women and their Children 2020 at Hilton Adelaide on Tuesday, 28th to Thursday, 30th April. All attendees will receive a significantly discounted price including complimentary conference dinner for registering before 31st January, after which the discounted price will only be available for conference speakers and NGOs with an annual budget of less than $2m. Day delegate registrations at standard pricing are also available. The conference will open up opportunities to explore ideas of impact, including what works for whom and in what circumstances, and how to evaluate the effectiveness of initiatives. Coming together with other policy-makers, practitioners and survivor-advocates, attendees will discuss the ways evidence is being applied in policy and practice to reduce violence against women and their children. Find out more and register.

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