Melbourne on 7-8 March 2011 : The Australian Institute of Criminology: young people's involvement in alcohol, other drugs and violence,

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The Australian Institute of Criminology and the Victorian Safe Communities Network will hold an important two-day conference in Melbourne on 7-8 March 2011 to discuss the nature and extent of young people's involvement in alcohol, other drugs and violence, and to share the experiences of young people and practitioners in reducing risks and increasing resilience to these potentially harmful activities.
 
Major themes for the conference will include:
·         Understanding the nature and extent of young people’s involvement in alcohol and other drug use, and the motivations for their use
·         Understanding the nature and extent of young people’s involvement in violence
·         Identifying effective programs and initiatives to reduce young people’s risk and increase their resilience
·         Case studies from practitioners and young people on outcomes achieved
 
The call for abstracts from those working with young people in the fields of alcohol and drug services, education, criminal justice, health and welfare, and police and emergency sectors, is now open.
 
To find out more about the event, visit the conference website at http://www.aic.gov.au/events/aic%20upcoming%20events/2011/vscn.aspx , read the attached brochure or contact the Conference Coordinator at aic.events@aic.gov.au  or on 02 6260-9272.
 
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