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Just five days until AASW Conference 2019 – top five reasons to attend

There are more than five reasons to attend the AASW Conference 2019 – Challenging Inequality and Working together for a just society – now just five days away, but here are a few highlights: 1. A once-only opportunity to hear from an expert panel on the registration of social workers, facilitated by Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) Board Director Anita Phillips, and featuring Hon Tammy Franks MLC, Hon Natalie Cooke MP, and Lucy Sandford-Reed, Chief Executive of the Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Social Workers. Find out more about the session. 2. Stimulating and thought-provoking program including social activities. 3. Networking opportunities – make your time really count! 4. Learning new ideas, picking up emerging trends or new and innovative practice. 5. A strong Indigenous focus, featuring the Indigenous language and culture of the Kaurna people. The 2019 AASW Conference will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre, Thursday 7th to Saturday 9th NovemberFind out more and register.

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