Natalie Siegel-Brown, Public Guardian from the Office of the Public Guardian, will chair the upcoming Child Protection Practitioners Association of Queensland (CPPAQ) Practice Paper on Tuesday, 28th November at 5pm. The Paper will explore the child protection and family court interface, how behaviours of survivors and perpetrators can be misunderstood and how the system continues to ‘mother blame’; the David Mandel Safe & Together model for working with perpetrators and their families as a new way of conceptualising violence accountability and the impacts of domestic and family violence on survivors and children; and working differently with fathers who perpetrate violence in their families, as embodied in theWalking with Dads Project. Attendance is free for CPPAQ members. Click here to register. Check out this week’s In the Spotlight article for an insight into the Walking with Dads Project!