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Asia-Pacific Social Work Conference 2021: Children, Young people, and Families

Event Details
Date: Ongoing
Venue: Online
CPD hrs: 3 hours
CPD Category: 2 - Skills and Knowledge
Cost:

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Organiser: AASW
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Presentation recordings from the 26th Asia-Pacific Regional Social Work Conference 2021

Recording 1: Children, Young People, and Families (1 hour)

  • Indigenous Care Leavers across Australia Philip Mendes, Monash University; Jacinta Walsh, Monash University Indigenous Studies Centre; Lena Turnbull, Monash University
  • Children must be heard when they cannot be seen. An analysis of youth justice detention in contemporary Australia - external oversight mechanisms, children's rights & the capabilities approach Lisa Ewenson
  • RMIT Listening to young people project Nikkola Savuro, Townsville Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Service- The Lighthouse; Susan Gair, James Cook University; Sara O'Reilly, Townsville Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Service- The Lighthouse; Ines Zuchowski, James Cook University; Daisy Jebichii, James Cook University; Raechelle Rauwerda
  • Life Needs of Children in Local Communities in Western Kyushu Author Viktor Virag, Nagasaki International University

Recording 2: Children, Young People, and Families (1 hour)

  • Supporting young people in out-of-home care who are self-placing: What do they value in a service response? Jemma Venables, University of Queensland; Chloe Warrell, BEROS - Brisbane Emergency Response Outreach Service
  • Support for youth experiencing homelessness & domestic violence: practitioner perspectives, perceptions & innovation Danielle Davidson, Queensland University of Technology; Bridget Harris, Queensland University Technology; Helena Menih, Latrobe University
  • Hospital-based Infant Removal (HBIR): Interdisciplinary Understanding & Practice at the Interface of Maternity Health & Child Protection Maegan Johnsen, The University of Western Australia & King Edward Memorial Hospital

Recording 3: Children and Young People (1 hour)

  • STARTTS, Sporting Linx - Linking Leadership Potential Mark Davis, Startts
  • Local child protection in the Philippines: A case study of actors, processes and key risks for children Steven Roche, Charles Darwin University
  • Raising the age of criminal responsibility Suet Ying Yau, Uni SA
  • The Right To Family: Will a Human Rights Act Make a Difference Karen Healy, University of Qld; Tamara Walsh, The University of Queensland; Jemma Venables, University of Queensland; Kate Thompson, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work; Sue Scull, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work

3 hours of CPD activity: Category 2, skills and knowledge
AASW Credential: Child Protection; Family Violence; Clinical

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Duration

The recording duration is 3 hours.

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Cost

Members: $90.00 (including GST)
New Graduates, Retired and Student Members: $45.00 (including GST)
Non-members: $120.00 (including GST)

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