· 1st Indigenous Family Violence Forum Mount Isa ‘Silence won’t stop the Violence’, October,2004 Invited speaker, Workshop 1: Domestic and Family Violence Men’s Issues: Workshop 2:Men as Agents of Change; Men as Workers; Men as leaders
· 1st National Indigenous Men’s Family and Relationship Forum Canberra, March, 2005 Invited speaker, Workshop:Men Working Together
· 2nd Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (CDFVR) Indigenous Family Violence Forum ‘Men and Women Working Together’ Mackay, May, 2005 Invited speaker, Plenary Panel:Men working to End Family Violence
· 7th Indigenous Research Forum, Cairns, September, 2005 Workshop:Concise overview of my research project ‘Through the Eyes of Blackfellas’
· 19thThe Australian and New Zealand Society of Criminology Annual Conference, ‘Criminology and Human Rights’ Hobart, 2006 Workshop:Men and women working together to end Indigenous family violence: Current Queensland research and practice
· The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Section of Social & Cultural Psychiatry, Biennial Conference, Creating Futures: Cairns, 5th of September, 2006
· Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, Ngadluko taikurringga ngutto ‘The knowledge we share’ Conference, Adelaide, 16th of November, 2006: Building Effective Community/Researcher Partnerships:
· 9th Indigenous Researchers Forum, Alice Springs, 12th of July, 2007: Quantitative (Tools) and Qualitative (PDR) Research Projects enmeshed in the Principles of the Family Well-Being Program:
· Garma07 festival, North-East Arnhem Land, NT, 6th of August, 2007: Indigenous Men’s Health, Promoting the Tools Poster, and presenting the pathway to empowerment – The Yaba Bimbie (Yarrabah) men’s group empowerment journey:
· 38th Public Health Association of Australia Annual Conference, Alice 2007 Reality Check Inequities & Health Tackling the Differentials, Alice Springs Convention Centre, Mparntwe (Alice Springs), NT, 24th of September, 2007: Poster Session: Indigenous men's group -working to address violence and other crime: Promoting Pathways to Empowerment:
· Second National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Male Researcher Meeting. Alice Springs, February 23rd -26th, 2009 Centre for Remote Health – Presentation ‘ An Overview of the Social and Emotional Well-being Measuring Tool’.
· Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Knowledge Sharing Men’s Forum, Dalby, March 16th -19th, 2009 – Presentation ‘Through the Eyes of Blackfellas Research- Preliminary findings.
· Australian Integrated Mental Health initiative (AIMHi) High Support, Rural and Remote and Indigenous Streams Collaborative Forum, March 2008 Darwin
· 5th Queensland Centre for Domestic and Family Violence Research (CDFVR) Indigenous Family Violence Forum ‘Addressing Problems- Sharing Solutions’ Mackay, May, 2008. Invited speaker (Empowered Adults, Empowered Children – yarning Circle)
· Queensland Suicide Prevention Conference, the Dr Edward Koch Foundation, July 23rd -26th of July 2008. Co – Presentation: “Empowerment at Work; example of an up-stream, strength based program to prevent suicide in four Aboriginal communities of Australia”
· Centre for Rural and Remote Mental Health Queensland: The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Section of Social & Cultural Psychiatry, Biennial Conference, Creating Futures, Cairns 22-25 of September, 2008. Co Presentation: Indigenous Empowerment Workshop, What does Empowerment mean to Men and Women?