Antoinette Braybrook Lowitja Institute International Indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference 2016

Antoinette Braybrook

Antoinette Braybrook is the CEO of the Aboriginal Family Violence Prevention and Legal Service Victoria (‘FVPLS Victoria’). She is also National Convenor of the National FVPLS Forum, which comprises 14 organisations delivering services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander victims/survivors of family violence and sexual assault around Australia. Antoinette is an Aboriginal woman born in Victoria on Wurundjeri country. Her grandfather and mother’s line is through Kuku Yalanji, Far North Queensland. Antoinette graduated from Deakin University with a Bachelor of Laws in 2000 and was admitted to practice in 2004. This year, Antoinette was awarded the 2015 Law Institute of Victoria’s ‘Access to Justice/Pro Bono’ Award and was also awarded the Australian Centre for Leadership for Women’s 2015 ‘Sustaining Women’s Empowerment in Communities and Organisation’s’ Award. Antoinette is a member of the Aboriginal Justice Forum, Indigenous Family Violence Partnership Forum and Ministerial Advisory Panel on Family Violence.

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