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(ACT) Listening & Learning from First Nations stories and practice-Reconciliation Week 2022

Event Details
Date: 8 June 2022
Time: 12.00pm - 1.00pm
Venue: WOTSO, Dickson ACT
State: ACT
CPD hrs: 1.0
Cost:

AASW Members - FREE

Non - Members - $30

Organiser: ACT Branch
Contact

Email the AASW ACT Branch: aaswact@aasw.asn.au

or call Terrie, ACT Branch Services Coordinator on (03) 9320 1000

Registration
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The ACT Branch is delighted to invite members and the wider social work community to join us for Reconciliation Week 2022.

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 Daley

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 Daley

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.

Venue

WOTSO, Dickson (Event Space Hub, Level 3)

490 Northbourne Avenue
Dickson ACT 2602

Time: 12midday* till 1pm

*Please come 5mins prior to register your attendance

Registrations

Register via the panel to the right of this page.

Registrations close when capacity is reached.

1.0+ CPD hours. Category 3: Professional Identity.

Hot & cold lunch will be served. Please indicate any dietary requirements on your registration form.

More information

Email the AASW ACT Branch on aaswact@aasw.asn.au or call Terrie, ACT Branch Services Coordinator on (03) 9320 1000

The ACT Branch Management Committee is delighted to be hosting this special event and look forward to the opportunity to meet those of you who can join us in recognition of Reconciliation Week 2022.

Limited places available - register now to avoid disappointment!

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers