ACWA 2018 Conference Program Now Available

ACWA has just released the detailed program for our national conference, which opens in Sydney on August 20. ACWA 2018 will focus on the continuing endeavours of our sector to provide better outcomes for vulnerable children, young people and families. The three-day program offers a rich array of keynotes by internationally acclaimed speakers, masterclasses and concurrent […]

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Education Champions Workshop for Carers and Caseworkers

As part of our Let Them Learn project ACWA is teaming up with UTS and the Why Not You Project to provide a University Experience Day on Thursday, July 26, for students from Years 9-12 who are in care. Highlights of the day will include a Code and Design 3D Modelling Workshop for the teens and an Education Champions […]

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Expression of interest to attend the National Kinship Care Forum

Date: 23 August 2018. Target audience for the day: State and federal policy makers, kinship care practitioners, and kinship care advocacy groups. Kinship care is defined as family-based care within the child’s extended family or with close friends of the family known to the child, whether formal or informal in nature. For Aboriginal and Torres […]

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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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