ECLC at NACLC Conference 2017
Access to justice is a fundamental right for everyone. As the gap between the rich and poor widens each year, it is more important than ever that the most vulnerable members in our community have access to the legal services they need.
The National Association of Community Legal Centres will host its annual conference in Canberra from 9-11 August.
This year’s theme, Mind the Gap, celebrates the sector’s resilience and resourcefulness in the face of adversity and highlights opportunities to narrow the gap in access to justice for all.
ECLC is excited to have its staff presenting across three sessions:
Family Violence: ‘When collaborating, add some SAGE: how to maximise resilience in an integrated family violence model’, with Sara Molenaar and Ruth Thomas.
Family Violence: ‘Unwrapping the package: developing safety on the run’, with Michael Smith, Marika Manioudakis, Lisa-Maree Stevens, Anne Lewis and Penny Robbins.
Elder Abuse: ‘Matter of trust: raising awareness of financial elder abuse in diverse communities’, with Anita Koochew and Anand Shome
Whether you’re attending the NACLC conference or following from home, you can join the discussion on Twitter using the #NACLC17 hashtag from August 9-11.