The dilemma of disclosure (sexualised violence) & The problem of non-disclosure agreements - Virtual event

Date

Wednesday 28 July 2021

Time

Part A - 11-11.45am, Part B - 11.45am-12.30pm, NZST (9-9.45am & 9.45-10.30am, AEST)

Location

Online (Australia based)

Organised by

University of Sydney Law School and Insight Exchange

Cost

Free

This is a virtual event about responses to domestic, family and sexualised violence. The event will feature Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law (Emerita) Julie Macfarlane.

The event will be in two parts. Participants who register can attend one or both parts.

Part A: The dilemma of disclosure | Sexualised violence

Julie Macfarlane, author of ‘Going Public’ will share her lived experience insights including disclosure and navigating the justice system.

Key Audience: People with lived experience of domestic, family and sexualised violence, people who are responding (formally and informally), people leading response strategies in organisations and institutions.

Part B: The problem of non-disclosure agreements

Julie Macfarlane will share her international work to prevent the problematic use of non-disclosure agreements as a toxic bargain that conceals violence and abuse..

Key Audience: Board Members, Non-Executive Directors, Executive Leaders, Human Resource Teams, Lawyers, people leading response strategies in organisations and institutions.

Everyone welcome