Spotlight on Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) – issues, intersections and implications for those working with young people and adults in the justice system.
Four 90 minute seminars will explore FASD and Justice with speakers from a range of Justice backgrounds around New Zealand.
Each speaker will explore material from research and practice and highlight best practice in helping youth and adults with FASD in the Criminal Justice System in Aotearoa New Zealand. Facilitated by Associate Professor Anita Gibbs.
Three seminars and one webinar include:
Thursday 22 October 4:00‐5.30 pm
Venue: Surveying Seminar Room SV2.05, 310 Castle Street, North Dunedin
Overview of FASD and Justice and a Youth Justice and Social Work Practice Framework.
Presented by Dr Anita Gibbs and Vanessa Oatley
Thursday 5 November 4:00‐5.30pm
Venue: TBC upon registration
Communication Assistance and Helping People with FASD as they come into contact with legal systems, professionals and processes.
Presented by Bridget McArthur and Dr Brigit Mirfin-Veitch
Thursday 19 November 4:00‐5.30pm
Venue: Room 7N10 – Richardson Building
Research and practice issues involving youth and adults in Court proceedings and formal criminal justice processes.
Presented by Dr Valerie McGinn
Thursday 26 November 4:00‐5.30pm
ZOOM link TBC upon registration
Research involving youth in formal criminal justice processes.
Presented Dr Kesia Sherwood.
Register for the seminar series by email email@example.com (as soon as possible)
|Date||Thursday, 22 October 2020 - Thursday, 26 November 2020|
|Time||4:00pm - 5:30pm|
|Audience||Public,All University,Allied health professionals|
|Department||Sociology, Gender Studies and Criminology, Social and Community Work|
|Location||22 October Seminar with be held in the Surveying Seminar Room, SV2.05, 310 Castle Street|
Location for the other seminars and ZOOM session with be confirmed on registration
Register via email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Contact Name||Anita Gibbs|
|Contact Phone||+64 3 479 5677|