Our Ambassador aims to promote the work of the CRE in the broader community within the context of positioning family violence affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities as central to our work.
By providing a community-informed voice, the Ambassador aims to guide our approach to Aboriginal research and promote our safe families objective. As an advocate for addressing family violence in communities, the CRE Ambassador specifically champions and is a spokesperson for the Aboriginal focus across our CRE. We are proud to have Dr Mick Adams as our Ambassador.
CRE Advisory Group
The group comprises individual experts and champions in the field of domestic and family violence including policy-makers, advocates and women with lived experience of intimate partner violence. The group provides strategic direction for the CRE and monitors its outcomes.
For information on who our CRE Advisory Group members are, please click here.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Reference Group
The group comprises a range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community leaders and change agents working together and across the CRE to ensure our work benefits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families.
For more information about who is in our Aboriginal Reference Group, please contact Simone Gleeson.
Policy and Practice Network
This is a network of those representing state and national policy as well as health, family and women’s services. Members collaborate with the CRE and each other to exchange knowledge and share expert advice to guide policy and program directions that support early intervention and first line response to domestic violence in the health sector.
This network is also privy to our bimonthly newsletter. If you are interested in becoming an affiliated member organisation of the Policy and Practice network, and would like to be on our mailing list, please submit your details below.