|2 June 2022||
Humanitarian Social Work & Non-Government Organisations - Lunch N Learn Webinar
AASW ACT Branch is providing a series of lunchtime webinars for members & non-members, occurring monthly.
June 2022: Humanitarian Social Work & Non-Government Organisations
presented by Dickson Sebit & Rodney Stanton
|8 June 2022||
(ACT) Listening & Learning from First Nations stories and practice-Reconciliation Week 2022
ACT Branch: Networking Lunch
The ACT Branch is delighted to invite members and the wider social work community to join us for a Reconciliation Week 2022 lunch event.
The theme of Reconciliation Week 2022 is: Be Brave. Make Change.
The ACT Branch is honoured to have two First Nations people whereby they will be sharing their stories and practice.
Megan is a Ngunnawal & Wiradjuri Woman living in Canberra.
Megan is currently a student at ACU studying her Master of Social Work
Megan has previously worked in Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations including NATSIWA (National Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Women’s Alliance), & NACCHO (National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation) and is currently a Child & Family worker at Gungahlin Child & Family Centre.
Megan has completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Health Science (Mental health), to become a Health Aboriginal Allied Health Worker and is also an artist and member of the Winanggaay Ngunnawal Language Aboriginal Corporation working to revitalise Ngunnawal language for use within the community.
Lee-anne is a proud Wiradjuri woman from Wellington NSW, she has three children and two granddaughters. Lee-anne has extensive experience working in the Aboriginal Community Controlled sector. She is a passionate advocate for ensuring Aboriginal self-determination, views and values underpins service delivery to the local Aboriginal community. Lee-Anne moved to Canberra over 20 years ago to take up a position at the National Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisation (NACCHO). In 2009, Lee-anne moved from the community-controlled sector to ACT government and has held several roles within government, Lee-anne and is now at the West Belconnen Child and Family Centre (WBCFC) as a Senior Child and Family Worker supporting vulnerable children and their families as well as coordinates a suit of targeted programs for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families.
|WOTSO, Dickson ACT|
|12 July 2022||
ACT & TAS: Australian Family Lawyers - What Aus Family Lawyers support is given during family violence situations?
Legal Ed Seminar
Join Australian Family Lawyers for a lunchtime Webinar!
Topic: Australian Family Lawyers - What support is given by Australian Family Lawyers during family violence situations?