Advocacy work at all levels

I was more than happy to speak to a local Rotary club about domestic violence and some of the advocacy work that I had been doing around meta-data and the need for awareness on this […]

Budget ‘metadata’ funding may enable domestic violence

The government’s new metadata regime should be amended to prevent perpetrators of domestic violence accessing this information, Kylie Hillard writes.

Published in Lawyers Weekly on 11 May 2016

Speaker – Australian Women Lawyers Conference 2016 in Perth

Unintended consequence of government “metadata” legislation that enables domestic and family violence.

Poster – “Metadata legislation – are victims of domestic violence safe?”

Poster Presentation, “Metadata legislation – are victims of domestic violence safe?”, Stop Domestic Violence Conference, December 2015. With the introduction of the Telecommunications (Interception and Access) Amendment (Data Retention) Bill 2014 there came significant outcry […]

“The Business Case for Gender Diversity – a Competitive Edge”

Women in leadership and understanding gendered roles is essential for competitive and effective business, but how do you create this environment?

Budget fails victims of domestic violence

This year’s Federal Budget threatens to compromise those affected by domestic violence, barrister Kylie Hillard writes.

Published in Lawyers Weekly 9 June 2015