This seminar was held on 4 June 2013 at Tāmaki Innovation Campus, University of Auckland.
Sudha Shetty spoke about immigrant women and child custody issues for mothers who have experienced intimate partner violence.
Sudha Shetty is a lawyer by training. She has spoken and written extensively on domestic violence issues facing immigrant women and women of colour. She developed a variety of legal access projects focused on battered women in her role as Director of the Seattle University Law School's Access to Justice Institute. She was also a founding member and chair of Chaya, a grass-roots South Asian domestic violence prevention program in Seattle. She is currently Assistant Dean for International Partnerships and Alliances at the Goldman School of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley.
Sudha Shetty was a keynote speaker at the Children, child maltreatment and intimate partner violence: Research, policy and practice conference held in Wellington in June 2013.