17th Reintegration Puzzle Conference

Rydges World Square, Sydney
19th-21st June 2024

Stepping Up

On Demand Program

A United ApproachKim Griggs – Acting ReSet Manager, Wungening Aboriginal Corporation
Todd Stewart– Waalitj Coordinator, Wungening
Daniel Morrison– CEO, Wungening
Sally Green– Acting Executive Manager, Centrecare Inc
Tony Pietropiccolo– CEO, Centrecare
Acknowledging the Vague, Impulsive Elephant in the Room: The Role of ADHD in the Justice SystemLorana Bartels– Professor of Criminology, Australian National University
Blueprint for a Better Future: Paving the Way for Youth Justice ReformLulkbudia McLean– Storyteller & Campaigner, Social Reinvestment WA
Sophie Stewart– Executive Manager, Social Reinvestment WA
CRC’s Miranda Project: Resistance to Violence and Ways of HealingMarisa Moliterno – Program Manager – Miranda Project, Community Restorative Centre
Jessica Anand – Senior Worker – Women’s Transition Program, Community Restorative Centre
Gail Gray – Senior Aboriginal Case Worker – Miranda Project, Community Restorative Centre
Kelly Parker – Program Manager – Reintegration Housing Support Program, Community Restorative Centre
Bianca Amoranto – Senior Worker – AOD Transition Program, Community Restorative Centre
Rhiannon Moss – Aboriginal Case Worker – Miranda Project, Community Restorative Centre
Complexities Require Collaboration: Accordwest’s ApproachSimone Atkins– Executive Manager, Programs, Accordwest
Merinda Robertson– Manager, Release Support, Accordwest
GriefologyTM Discovered a Roadmap Out of the Justice SystemRosemary Wanganeen – Healing Centre for GriefologyTM
Youth Justice Reform: is COVID-19 the Last Resort?Emma Colvin– Senior Lecturer, Charles Stuart University
Shelley Turner– Forensicare, (Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health)
From Gaol to Geneva; How Changing My Life is Helping Change the SystemJusten Thomas– Council for Intellectual Disability
Ben Garcia-Lee– Inclusive Research Development Officer, Disability Innovation Institute at UNSW
Identifying and Responding to Cognitive and Other Disabilities in Indigenous PrisonersMichelle McIntyre– Senior Research Fellow, Synapse: Griffith University
Improving Indigenous and Mental Health in our Prisons: A Small Change can go a Long WayCraig Cumming – Research Fellow (PhD candidate), University of Western Australia
Jailing is FailingIan Neil– Chief Executive Officer, Pivot Support Services
The Power of Art in Transforming LivesSusannah Day– Program Manager, The Torch
Chris Austin – Indigenous Arts Mentor, The Torch
Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences with the Criminal Justice System: Stories that MatterHilde Tubex – University of Western Australia
Mapping the Prison Mental Health Service Workforce in AustraliaStuart Kinner– Professor of Health Equity, Curtin University
National Opportunities to Improve Prison Mental Health Policy and InvestmentLouise Southalan– Project Manager, Wungening Aboriginal Corporation
Reintegration – Reducing Reoffending in the Aboriginal PopulationJohn Eyre– Chief Executive Officer, arbias Ltd
Overview of the Justice Map Report: Key Findings and Next StepsMelanie Poole – Founder/Director, See Your Change Consulting
Naomi Murphy – Yarning Circles Lead, The Justice Map
Rachael Hambleton – Senior Strategy & Research Advisor, The Justice Map
Panel Discussion: Jailing is Failing: Bringing About Change in the Justice System. Advocacy, Reducing Incarceration and Building a MovementMindy Sotiri: Panel Chair – Executive Director, Justice Reform Initiative
Denis Reynolds – Justice Reform Initiative
Rocket Bretherton – Advocate and Campaigner, Justice Reform Initiative
Leanne Liddle – Co-Chair and NT 2022 Aust of the Year, Menzies School of Health Research
Reducing Recidivism by Eliminating Systemic Racism from the Criminal Justice SystemLeanne Liddle– Co-Chair and NT 2022 Aust of the Year, Menzies School of Health Research
Reintegration in the Pilbara: The Remote Lived ExperienceKanchi Thenuwara– CEO, Pilbara Community Services Ltd
Remote Service Delivery PanelChris Gableish– RAW
Kanchi Thenuwara– CEO, Pilbara Community Services Ltd
Michael King– CEO, Centacare Kimberley
Restorative Justice – How Victims of Crime and Unrelated Offenders Can Help Heal One Another…. My Lived ExperienceNicole Haberley – Member, Child Sex Abuse Working Party/Interest Group
Supporting Young People Leaving Custody to Re-enter Education Outside the WallsKitty te Riele– University of Tasmania
Te Ngahere: A Prison-based Addiction and Recovery Programme Which Draws on Māori Ancestral Connection to the Land, its Seasons and its EcosystemPeter Sciascia–  Kaiwhakahaere Matua (Cultural Strategy and Relationships Lead), Odyssey House
Sheena Wallace– Kaiarahi Māori (Cultural Lead), Odyssey House
The Alternative to Custody Program in Alice SpringsWarren Jackson– Deputy Director, Aboriginal Justice Unit, Department of the Attorney-General and Justice, Northern Territory
Trauma-informed (and shame-sensitive) Practice in the Criminal Justice System: A Brief Review of Issues and ImpactsPeter Miller– Professor of Violence Prevention and Addiction Studies, School of Psychology, Deakin University

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