Deep Listening: Learning from Children and young people about transgenerational trauma and violence

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Our Presenters:

Emeritus Professor Judy Atkinson, a Jiman (central west Queensland) and Bundjalung (northern New South Wales) woman, with Anglo-Celtic and German heritage.

Dr Annie Stopford, an Anglo Australian psychotherapist and scholar. Her work has been published in several disciplinary fields, including psychoanalysis, trauma studies, African studies and Critical Psychology.

Llewellyn Smith, an African American filmmaker who has been writing, producing and directing documentaries for more than 30 years


Location This is an online event
"Deep Listening” joins together two critical perspectives on trauma and history. Originating from different geographies and cultures, taken together these presentations will offer a unique insight into the impact and implications of transgenerational trauma and community violence in Indigenous Australian and African American communities, with a particular focus on the voices and experiences of children and young people.


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Key Contact: Anne Malecki. 
Ph: (02) 8004 9873 from Australia
Ph: (04) 887 0300 Toll free from New Zealand
Fax: (02) 9012 0546

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Anne Malecki is responsible for the ANZAP Secretariat. She is the first point of contact for all matters. 

Telephone: AUS (02) 8004 9873