The conference is open to all members of the community who have interest in stopping the perpetrators: community workers, police, psychologists, psychiatrists, shelter administrators, social welfare officers, school heads, teachers, human rights volunteers, local government officials, street workers, doctors, nurses, anti-violence campaigners, program coordinators, family counselors, members of NGOs, youth workers, media, lawyers, judges, solicitors, case workers, indigenous community and church leaders and all members of the general public and workforce who find that domestic violence can no longer be tolerated in modern day society and wish to contribute to stopping the incidence of domestic violence in society regardless of race, religion, gender or political beliefs.
Attending a gathering such as this comes along very rarely. At this event, you will not only have the opportunity to meet a network with other workers in the field of domestic violence and obtain ideas that you maybe able to use back in your own community but a chance to form long working relationships with individuals and organizations from world outside your local day to day working environment.
Over the three days, the word of information that you will be presented with would be equal to an intensive course. To recognize this achievement, a certificate of attendance shall be given to delegates who complete the required 85 % of the time allocated and by doing this, delegates would then be entitled to a certificate of attendance and course completion. This method will also provide employers with certainty that as a delegate, you attended the required days of the gathering. Moreover, your certificate of completion will certainly help you with your career path.