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Lucy's Project Conference 2018- Strategic and Practical Perspectives

This years conference, hosted by University of Melbourne, will showcase current Australian initiatives with a focus on practical and strategic aspects of service delivery and collaboration within the network. We will start to develop a national strategy and create referral pathways. On Sunday afternoon we will offer workshops in specialist areas including Vets/vet nurses identifying non-accidental injury, developing of companion animal safety services and developing a national strategy.
The Lucy's Project Conference will be hosted by the University of Melbourne, School of Social Work and Melbourne Veterinary School on; 
22nd and 23rd September 2018, 9am-5pm


University of Melbourne
234 Queensbury St, Carlton, Melbourne,  3050

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Project Partners: University of Melbourne, School of Social Science, Melbourne Veterinary School, Merrihealth, Cherished Pets, EDVOS
Draft Program Outline 
Saturday Morning 9.am start Presentations. Finish 5pm, (morning tea, lunch, afternoo tea included both days)
Saturday night Network dinner from 6.30pm-9pm. Location TBA (Tickets to be purchased separately)
Sunday Morning 9.30am start Presentations. Break for lunch then afternoon workshops
Session topics include (more to come);
Development of a National Strategy to address the needs of DFV survivors with  companion animals
Changes to Residential Tenancy Act (Vic)
Change of owner registration and traceability of animals registered to the perpetrator
Equine therapies for young survivors of DFV.
Building co-housing facilities for people and animals
A Place for Indii- EDVOS
Sunday afternoon Workshops:
Veterinarian responses to non-acccidental injuries to animals,  responding to an owner who may be at -risk.
Establishing a crisis foster network for animal survivors of DV- Safe Pets Safe Families
Furture direction of Lucy's Project- National strategy and  coordinated, strategic advocacy.
(Please request other workshops you would like to attend. They will be developed according to need/demand)
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