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The 2019 National Elder Abuse Conference will be an action-oriented, inspiring two days of keynote addresses, expert panels, interactive dialogue and breakout sessions. With plenty of opportunity for collaboration, this is your chance to drive real change on the issue of elder abuse.


When: 22-23 July 2019

Where: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Conference rates

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For more information on ticket inclusions visit our registrations portal.

You’re also invited to follow the NEAC 2019 Facebook event page.



See all speakers announced so far here.

Anne Connolly (Four Corners journalist)

Anne Connolly is an investigative journalist with the ABC.

Anne initiated the ABC’s crowdsourced investigation which resulted in over 4000 families and staff submitting stories of their experience in aged care. Material from that crowdsourced investigation contributed to the two part Four Corners’ programs “Who Cares?” Read more.

Bethany Brown (International keynote speaker)

Bethany Brown researches older people’s rights at Human Rights Watch.

Before joining Human Rights Watch she worked on policy and advocacy for older people with HelpAge International and HelpAge USA, where she guided research, training and UN advocacy. Read more.

Paul Greenwood (International keynote speaker)

International keynote speaker Paul Greenwood worked for 22 years as the San Diego County Deputy District Attorney and was the lead prosecutor of elder abuse cases. Since retiring from the role last year, Paul has become an expert witness, consultant and educator on elder abuse. Read more.

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