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Mental Health Academy are hosting an online conference in October 2016. Sessions available live or on demand for a period of time. Delegates choose how much they want to pay to participate - all proceeds will be donated to charity Act for Kids. There is a great line up of internationally renowned and award winning speakers including an AASW member! Register today by clicking on the image!
Social work students, clinicians, academics, research and policy makers are invited to the Queensland Branches Conference on 25 & 26 November 2016. Read more about the conference and the keynote speakers
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Join us as we celebrate seven decades of representing the social work profession, promoting professional education and excellence, and advocating for social justice.
The AASW's Student Centre provides information and resources for prospective, current and newly graduated social work students.
Visit our new page which features ‘Scope of Practice’ documents that describe and promote social work practice in key fields including: child protection and health.
Access your membership, certificates of currency and mental health accredited certificate online.
Learn more about our legally protected Collective Trade Mark (CTM) for exclusive use by AASW Accredited Social Workers.
A third of students are regularly going without food and other necessities because of a lack of financial support, the new National Study of Social Work Students conducted by the AASW and James Cook University, has revealed.
Australia's appalling treatment of asylum seekers should end now. Read more about our advocacy efforts in this area.
Social workers understand violence against women as a complex social problem with gender inequality at its core. Read the AASW's position statement
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