Rosie Batty photoRosie Batty, 2015 Australian of the Year and prominent anti-violence campaigner, will visit Papua New Guinea on behalf of Femili PNG from 24 to 28 April 2017.

The purpose of the visit is to raise awareness on family and sexual violence (FSV), increase support for Femili PNG’s work addressing FSV, and for Rosie to share her personal story, as well as some of Australia’s experiences in responding to FSV.

Rosie Batty will be speaking at the following public events:

  • 4pm, Tuesday 25 April 2017, Public lecture at PNG University of Technology, Lae, sponsored by Steamships (free event – download flyer)
  • 7pm, Tuesday 25 April 2017, Trukai presents ‘An evening with Rosie Batty’, Lae International Hotel, Lae (ticketed event – download flyer)
  • 2pm, Thursday 27 April 2017, Public lecture at the University of Papua New Guinea, Port Moresby, sponsored by Steamships (free event – download flyer)
  • 6pm, Thursday 27 April 2017,  Cardno presents ‘An evening with Rosie Batty’, dinner event in partnership with the PNG Business Coalition for Women, Gateway Hotel, Port Moresby (ticketed event – download flyer)

Acknowledgements

Femili PNG is grateful for the assistance of many supporters of this visit, including the Australian High Commission in Port Moresby, the Australian Consulate-General in Lae, Steamships, Cardno, Trukai Industries Ltd, Guard Dog Security, the Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development program, Oxfam, the PNG Business Coalition for Women, the national Family and Sexual Violence Action Committee, the Justice Services and Stability for Development program, the PNG University of Technology and the University of Papua New Guinea.

Major sponsors of Rosie Batty’s visit:

 

 

 

 

Supporting sponsors and partners of Rosie Batty’s visit:

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