Diversity Focus provides specialist training and consulting services with a focus on understanding the nature of domestic and family violence and the skills required to work effectively with individuals and groups. We focus on providing education and practical solutions that aid the professional development of both individuals and organisations.
As an experienced educator, facilitator and public speaker, Elizabeth has presented on a number of platforms both in Australia and internationally on a range of topics. Elizabeth’s presentations have a focus on engaging, educating and inspiring change.
We are committed to providing services that help our clients make sense of the challenges presented when working with people from immigrant and refugee backgrounds and build skills that allow for respectful cross-cultural engagement and communication.
“Whether persuading international diplomats in the halls of the UN, educating school children in the classroom or consulting with community members in the local meeting room, Elizabeth uses her sophisticated communication skills to get to the heart of issues and build knowledge, understanding and opportunities for positive change. The Refugee Council has worked with Elizabeth in all these settings and have been consistently impressed by Elizabeth’s ability to deal with extremely sensitive issues in a compassionate, thoughtful and positive manner.”
“Elizabeth Lang is a passionate human rights activist, feminist, educator, community development practitioner and a professional facilitator. She is making an effort to contribute to the discourse on stopping violence against women including addressing family and domestic violence. She recently facilitated a forum organised by ASeTTS for community facilitators of a community education project (focused on family and domestic violence) to share their learnings with service providers and relevant stakeholders. She was able to effectively facilitate the forum by harnessing the participation of all forum attendees. Her vast knowledge on the subject matter and high level facilitation skills helped to achieve the objectives of the forum.”