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Ludo McFerran

Ludo McFerran

Ludo McFerran has been an activist in the Australian domestic violence sector since 1978. She has worked in most aspects of the sector and was the first chair of  the  national peak body. She pioneered policy on support systems to enable women and children to stay safely in their homes, and the introduction of domestic violence  rights and entitlements  in Australian industrial and discrimination instruments. These rights, including paid domestic violence leave,  now protect over 2 million workers:  innovative practice recognised by the United Nations at CSW 57. Ludo is a foundation member of the International Domestic Violence at Work Network, contributing to an International Labour Organisation proposed Gender Based Violence  international labour standard that would include domestic violence.  She is currently attached to the Women and Work Research Group at the Business School, University of Sydney. 

Ludo McFerran, Plenary programme; Wednesday 4th November 2015

4 November 2015, Wednesday
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The majority of women reporting domestic violence are in paid employment. This workshop will highlight good practices to prevent unemployment and homelessness because of Domestic Violence, and shows growing cooperation between employers, Unions and NGO’s.
Representatives of the International DV at Work Network will describe ground breaking partnerships with unions in Australia and Canada to provide workplace protections.
The Kering Foundation and 3 NGO’s from France, Italy and UK will present their partnership in training staff of their companies to support employees that suffer from (domestic) violence.
Discussion with audience: how can we enlarge this movement to different parts of the world?

Organisations 
Safe at home, safe at work; Kering Foundation, DIRE, FNSF and Women’s Aid: 

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Wednesday 4 November
10.00 - 12.00
Room: Yangtze 1
English
Round table with presentations and discussion.