AIFS 2020 Conference preliminary program released

The preliminary program for the Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) 2020 Conference What is a good life for families and how do we get there? in Melbourne on 9th-12th June has been released. The program includes six plenary sessions, five pre-conference workshops and 212 oral presentations all focused on family wellbeing. Keynote speakers include Patricia Turner AM, CEO National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation; Professor Steve Zubrick, Head Brain and Behaviour, Telethon Kids Institute UWA; Annabel Crabb, Chief Political Writer, ABC; Maree Brown, Director, Child Wellbeing Unit, NZ Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet; Tim Dunlop, writer and academic; and many more. Early bird registrations close Friday, 3rd April to save $140 off the registration price for non-presenting attendees.

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