ACWA 18: Merging Practice Insight with Academic Minds

ACWA was thrilled to see such a huge turnout to our 19th national conference last week, which coincided with our 60th anniversary. This fantastic three days saw the frontline wisdom and experience of welfare practitioners merge with inspiring academic minds to consider how we can do better for children and families. We hope you enjoy viewing our […]

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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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Abstract submissions for ACWA Conference has been extended! Act now.

Abstract submissions for your work to be included into the ACWA 2018 program has been extended until Friday 20 April 2018. The ACWA 2018 Program Committee invites the submission of abstracts for original work for consideration as an oral or poster presentation in the ACWA 2018 program. An expansion of the sub-themes can be found […]

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ACWA Achievement Award Nominations Now Open

We’re calling for nominations for our ACWA18 Achievement Awards which recognise and celebrate the inspiring work being done in our sector to improve the lives of children, young people, families and communities.  

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Thinking of Attending ACWA’s Conference? Early Birds Now Available

Book now and join your colleagues at ACWA 2018! Our Program Committee is creating a thought-provoking program under the over-arching theme ‘Doing better for our children and families: Innovate, lead, change’. Learn, network and develop your knowledge from our international speakers including, Andy Kendrick, Harriet Ward, John Simmonds, Nina Biehal, Carmel Devaney and Karen Broadhurst. Register before June […]

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