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World Social Work Day, Tuesday 17th March

World Social Work Day provides the opportunity to raise awareness of the social work profession and for the community to support the vital work of social workers as champions for social justice, self-determination and human rights. The vital work of social workers can be seen in a wide variety of settings. Whether working in health, mental health, schools, child protection, aged care, disability, family violence, academia or management, social workers provide vital support and care to vulnerable families and individuals. This year’s theme is promoting the importance of human relationships. Australian Association of Social Workers (AASW) QLD and Griffith University will be hosting a panel presentation at South Brisbane on the macro, meso and micro perspectives of climate change and what social workers can/are doing to confront the climate crisis and advocate climate justice. Email aaswqld.admin@aasw.asn.au if you would like to be placed on the waitlist to attend this event.

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Invitation to a special conversation on enhancing national recognition for kinship care

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