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Responding to economic abuse

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Responding to economic abuse: One size doesn’t fit all

In the lead up to Economic Abuse Awareness Day, this online event will look at some of the most promising responses to domestic economic abuse in Australia. Like other forms of coercive control, economic abuse can look quite different from person to person as individual, social and cultural meanings change the context of money and relationships. Understanding these differences is key to designing flexible responses to economic abuse that can support the needs of diverse range of victim-survivors. This session will unpack some of these differences.


  • Dr Supriya Singh - Honorary Professor, RMIT and author, 'Domestic Economic Abuse: The violence of money'
  • Cathy Oddie - Domestic violence and financial abuse lived experience advocate
  • Tasnia Alam Hannan - Co-founder, Arise Foundation
  • Dacia Abela - Program Manager Financial Services, WEstJustice
  • Dr Roslyn Russell - Director of Research, Advocacy and Service Impact, Good Shepherd
  • Laura Bianchi - Team Leader, Redfern Legal Centre's Financial Abuse Service NSW

Facilitator: Rebecca Glenn - Founder, Centre for Women's Economic Safety

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