Welcome to ReGeN, the La Trobe Reducing Gender Based Violence Network.
Gender-based violence is a public health and human rights issue affecting the health and well-being of victim-survivors across the globe. ReGeN draws together the breadth of expertise across La Trobe University working on this important issue.
The aims of ReGeN are to:
- Strengthen and grow La Trobe’s internal and external collaboration and partnerships on gender-based violence research
- Foster innovation in gender-based violence research, evaluation and knowledge translation
- Build capacity of our student and early career researchers through support and mentorship
The network is auspiced by the Judith Lumley Centre under the direction of Leesa Hooker. Kirsty Forsdike and Jess Ison are the ReGeN co-chairs and its coordinator is Desireé LaGrappe.