MAEVe Seminar Videos

Melbourne Research Alliance to End Violence against women and their children (MAEVe) runs regular seminars throughout the year.

Below are recordings of past presentations. To be notified about future events, subscribe to the MAEVe email list.

Professor Manjula Datta O'Connor

Family violence, mental health and trauma among South Asian migrant women

The experiences of South Asian victim-survivors centred around dowry exploitation and related violence with profound mental health impacts.

Recorded on Monday 8 March 2023. Hosted by Professor Cathy Vaughan.

Report Launch – Technology-facilitated Abuse in Relationships

The use of story-completion method to engage those using harmful tech behaviours

A seminar and launch for a new report, featuring Dr Renee Fiolet, Dr Cynthia Brown, Dr Dana McKay and Associate Professor Bridget Harris.

Recorded on Monday 27 March 2023. Hosted by the Melbourne Social Equity Institute and MAEVe.

Associate Professor Kristin Diemer

Using the 2023 PSS and NCAS data for monitoring progress to reduce violence against women

Australia is a global leader in reducing violence against women. We have robust and sophisticated tools for monitoring this progress, so how can we use them?

Recorded on Monday 3 April 2023. Hosted by Professor Cathy Humphreys.

Professor Leigh Goodmark

Imperfect Victims: Criminalised Survivors and the Promise of Abolition Feminism 

The criminal legal system punishes victims of violence from childhood to adulthood. Only abolition feminism can stop this punishment.

Recorded on Wednesday 17 May 2023. Hosted by Professor Heather Douglas.