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Preventing economic abuse

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Eliminating economic abuse: Fixing the system, supporting survivors, disarming perpetrators

  • Lessons from survivors and experts
  • What government and industry can do
  • The role of structural economic equity

Domestic economic abuse causes economic insecurity. And economic insecurity can increase vulnerability to economic abuse. This session will explore some of the levers available to policy and lawmakers to address women's economic insecurity to help prevent domestic economic abuse. 

The discussion will canvas existing and potential ways to reduce the social, structural, and systemic barriers to women’s economic safety and activities that increase women's economic opportunity.


  • Bianca Hartge Hazelman - Founder and CEO, Financy
  • Leanne Ho - CEO, Economic Justice Australia and Pro Bono Consultant, Wotton + Kearney
  • Larisha V Jerome - Community Development and Project Officer, First Nations Foundation
  • Julie Kun - CEO, Women's Information and Referral Exchange (WIRE)
  • Rachael Natoli - Lived experience advocate and Founder, Lokahi Foundation

Facilitator: Rebecca Glenn - Founder, Centre for Women’s Economic Safety (CWES)

Brought to you by CWES and Financy.

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