White Ribbon event with South Asian speakers includes CQUni input
Published on 17 November, 2011
CQUniversity staff member Deepa Mathews and Sri Lankan Marketing student Jeewan Rathnayaka from our Melbourne Campus will be part of an 'eminent panel' for a major White Ribbon event, organised by the Australia India Society of Victoria's Taskforce Against Domestic Violence...
Deepa, who is Regional Recruitment Manager (South Asia), will speak on the 'Christian view on Domestic Violence' while Jeewan will address the Sri Lankan experience of 'Alcohol Abuse and Domestic Violence'. The former will also help moderate a panel discussion on how 'Men can be a part of the solution' and join an SBS Radio personality to sum up panel discussions.
The CQUniversity duo will share the podium with a rising Bollywood star, the Counsel General of India, Victorian politicians, academics, domestic violence specialists, representatives of South Asian cultural and student groups and the police multicultural unit.
CQUniversity is among sponsors for this White Ribbon Day event to be held at Melbourne's Langham Hotel on November 13.