Come along to the third Respectful Relationships Information Evening!

In our ongoing commitment to engage with our community on this topic, we are inviting parents, guardians, staff and students to a third Respectful Relationships evening at Alia College from 6:30-8:30pm on Tuesday, 27 November.

Guest speaker Anu Krishnan will facilitate a workshop on the concepts of primary prevention, why it is important to start talking about the correlation between people’s prejudices and violence. She will also look at the concept of ‘bystander inaction’ and the long term benefits of creating safe, nurturing environments for young people.

We will, of course, be providing catering to fuel your discussions. Feel free to invite friends and family to come along – the more the merrier! RSVP here for all guests by Tuesday 20 November.

If you have any questions about the information evening, please don’t hesitate to contact Amanda, Kim, Chloé, or Thomas in admin.

Guest Presenter: Anu Krishnan

Anu Krishnan has a background in Social Anthropology, Social Work, Applied Psychology and Social Research. Anu has worked with in the government, community and education sectors designing programs and implementing strategies on domestic violence prevention, resilience, engagement and community development.

Anu has a Masters in Applied Social Research from Deakin University and a Certificate in Applied Psychology from Victoria University in Wellington, New Zealand.

Anu brings over 25 years of experience in the field, lived experiences of living and working in 5 different countries and a wealth of knowledge into her work. With a deep interest in family violence and building resilient communities, Anu works with organisations that focus on developing capacity. Over the last few years Anu has worked on developing and delivering leadership curriculum for community leaders to drive primary prevention strategies. She delivered the PVAW program for AMES Australia in 2018 and delivered leadership projects in local government areas in Melbourne.

Anu has also developed and delivered resilience curriculum to young adults, students and single parents to embed healthy relationship and self-regulation practices in their daily lives.

Anu frequently features on ABC and SBC Radio programs.