16Rosie Batty is presenting the closing plenary, and we are excited to have her included in the GP16 program.
In February 2014, Rosie’s 11-year-old son Luke was murdered by his father after cricket practice at a Melbourne cricket ground. At the time, Greg Anderson was subject to two intervention orders. He was shot dead by police. Just 24 hours later, Rosie both shocked and inspired Australians by speaking out amid her grief to confront a widespread problem. Soon after she established the Luke Batty Foundation to help others in her situation.
Since then, Rosie’s name has become synonymous with the words courage and resilience.
Rosie will share her remarkable story of resilience and courage. Her incredible strength and selfless efforts are an inspiration to all
The GP16 closing plenary is on Saturday 1 October from 4.30-5.30 pm.
Read Rosie’s full biography for more information.