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WA Family Law Pathways Network invites you to their webinar

The Power of Stories: Advocating for Justice

About this webinar

This 40 minutes webinar will address how people’s stories can empower their subjects, educate in ways that cut through intellectual defences, and teach us about ourselves and our culture so that we can advocate for justice that is truly for all.

It will draw on the various work experiences of the presenter: as a psychologist; as a folksinger/songwriter; as a family lawyer; and as a Federal Circuit Court Judge sitting in the family law jurisdiction.

It will address subjects such as personal and cultural self-esteem; community and family violence; and resilience in the face of adversity – all through the telling of stories.

“Our stories are the keepers of our history, the celebrations of our present and the change makers for our future. Listening to someone else’s story gives us perspective and understanding.” ~ Karen Bryant – CEO Midsumma Festival

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    Wa Family Law Pathways Network

    The objective of the Western Australia Family Law Pathways Network is to foster strong links with locally based providers who operate as part of, or alongside, the family law system, to enhance collaboration and improve overall assistance to separated and separating families.

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    Judy Small

    Judy is a retired judge of the Federal Circuit Court of Australia. She was also a singer/songwriter for many years and was awarded membership in the Order of Australia in 2013 for her significant contribution to folk music. Judy has a lifelong interest in human rights and social justice.

WA Family Law Pathways Network

Funded by the Attorney-General's Department, the objective of the Western Australia Family Law Pathways Network is to foster strong links with locally based providers who operate as part of, or alongside, the family law system, to enhance collaboration and improve overall assistance to separated and