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Early bird registrations for AIFS 2022 Conference close today, 14th April

The 2022 Australian Institute of Family Studies (AIFS) Conference will be held 15-17 June at Melbourne, with the theme, Putting Families at the Centre. Early bird registrations close today, with substantial savings. The conference will feature thought-leaders, researchers, policy makers, practitioners and change-makers, with three days of insights, inquiry and thought-provoking discussion about reimagining a future where putting families at the centre drives the work of researchers, policy makers, and service providers. A list of plenary speakers is now available, as well as the conference program. Find out more and register.

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