ACWA Board Announces Retirement of CEO

The Board of the Association of Children’s Welfare Agencies (ACWA) has today announced the retirement of long serving CEO Andrew McCallum, effective as of December 7, 2018. Mr McCallum’s decision to retire will bring to a close a career in the child and family welfare sector that has spanned 40 years, 37 of these as […]

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ACWA Early Intervention and Adoption Forum

ACWA is pleased to be hosting Professor Brid Featherstone from the University of Huddersfield, UK, to speak about early intervention and adoption practice in England. She will bring an ethical lens to these two areas of practice. This event will be held at our Haymarket office on July 31, from 1pm-3pm. Professor Featherstone has an impressive […]

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After the Apology: Special ACWA Screening with Professor Larissa Behrendt

ACWA and our Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) team is very pleased to present a special screening of the documentary After the Apology.  When: Monday, July 23 at 6pm Where:  Palace Cinema, Central Park Mall, Chippendale Tickets: $19 each Special guest speaker: Professor Larissa Behrendt This documentary follows the story of four Aboriginal Grandmothers as they challenge […]

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“And That’s a Wrap!”: Fostering NSW Says Farewell

ACWA’s Fostering NSW Recruitment and Retention of Foster Carers program finished up on June 30, after five years of working closely with, and on behalf of, the NGO sector to promote the positive norms of fostering to the general public and attract enquiries and applications from potential carers through its integrated multi-platform marketing campaign. Before […]

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