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National social role valorisation and social justice conference to be held in 2020

The first ever Australian Social Role Valorisation Association (ASRVA) national conference will be held in Brisbane on Friday, 27th to Saturday, 28th March 2020. The vision of ASRVA is that all people, including those that are marginalised and disenfranchised, are enabled to be perceived positively and have good lives. The foundation of social role valorisation (SRV) is a sense of social justice, leadership development, and working for change with individuals, services, systems and citizens. SRV is therefore strategically significant in a range of contexts. The community of those who see value in SRV also benefit from being part of a collective with shared values and ideas, where there are mentors and supporters of SRV, opportunities for individuals to develop, leadership in a range of roles, lots of SRV conversations, local action, and connections between and among local efforts. The ASRVA Conference will be reinforcing the spirit of a community of practice through a mixture of speakers, discussion and activities, and will be grounded, focussing on application, and using a range of activities and styles to better match varied learning preferences. View the date claimer, follow ASRVA on Facebook or contact viaainc@gmail.com to be kept updated on Conference news and be notified when registrations are open.

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