Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies (TILES)

Event: What's Next? Responding to targeted violence in Tasmania

The Tasmanian Prejudice Related Violence Working Group and the Multicultural Council of Tasmania invite you to participate in a community forum in Hobart about how we can work together to prevent and respond to targeted violence. The forum will be held Sunday 23 October, 11am-12.30pm.

After hearing from our guest speakers, we will invite participants to contribute to a plan to address targeted violence. Members from all communities who experience targeted violence (and their allies) are welcome to attend and participate in this conversation.

Participants can attend in person, or online, but only those who have registered will be allowed to attend in person due to COVID limits at the venue. You can register for the event at this link.

This event and the community development project, "Why do you hate me so?" is funded by the Hobart City Council, and supported by the Tasmanian Institute of Law Enforcement Studies, University of Tasmania.

The IMAS venue is fully accessible. An Auslan interpreter will be available in person, and within the view of the camera for online participants. If you have any accessibility needs or wish to discuss the accessibility of the event, please do not hesitate to contact the project team at nicole.asquith@utas.edu.au.

A pink icon of stylised people in a circle, on a white background, with text stating: What’s Next? Responding to targeted violence in Tasmania. Community Forum. Sunday 23 October 2022, 11:00am-12:30pm. Aurora Lecture Theatre, Institute of Marine Studies, 20 Castray Esplanade, Battery Point. All participants (f2f and online) must register to attend the event and must agree to comply with UTas COVID rules.

Published on: 20 Sep 2022