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World Social Work Day 2022- Townsville

Event Details
Date: 15 Mar 2022
Time: 7.00 - 9.00am
Venue: Tumbetin Tea Rooms Palmetum
State: North Queensland
CPD hrs: 2
CPD Category: Category 3 - Professional Identity - Participation in World Social Work day activities

Members: $5

Non-members: $15

Student Non-members: $5

*Includes complimentary breakfast - Please select from the Menu on the Registration page.

Organiser: AASW North Queensland
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Come along and celebrate World Social Work Day with your colleagues and peers at a networking breakfast in Townsville!

This year's theme is "Co-building a New Eco-Social World: Leaving No One Behind".

Guest Speakers

Keesha Booth - Community Development Officer - Community and Lifestyle Community, Environment and Lifestyle

Keesha is a social activist, storyteller, sacred space creator of addressing generational sexual shame with a keen focus on creating sexually intelligent communities by consulting and utilising her skills from the Community Development sector over the last 7+ years in Local & State government. In addition she is a proud biracial woman & single-mother who implements social justice frameworks into her Sexological Education workshops with young people. She believes sex-positive and pleasure principles are one way of tackling gender inequity in our society. She has extensive experience in youth case management, community development and safety, and counselling as well as certifications and training related to sex, gender, trauma and public participation.

Annika Lamb - Marine Biologist

Annika (she/her) is a Marine Biologist undertaking her PhD based at the Australian Institute of Marine Science in Townsville. Annika is studying whether coral stock can be bred to be more resilient and then used to rebuild degraded coral reefs. This work is done with the purpose of investigating whether managed breeding can help to guard reefs against extreme conditions, while global action against climate change is taken

Tiffany Bond - Community Engagement and Fundraising, North Queensland Conservation Council

Tiffany works for the North Queensland Conservation Council as the Community Engagement and Fundraising officer. Tiffany connects with community through events and activities, social media, networking and collaborating with other local groups and individuals. The QCCC hold a monthly social networking event called Green Drinks and more recently have formed a 'Climate Action Townsville' group which meets fortnightly. It has been created to connect with and empower local community to get involved in climate action.

Emma Small - Social Worker Member of the SW4CA


Tuesday 15 March 2022 - 7.00am to 9.00am


Tumbetin Tea Rooms Palmetum, Tumbetin Lodge
555 University Rd
Annandale QLD 4814

Members - Please log on to the website prior to registering to take advantage of the member rates.

Please note that registrations are at capacity and we are not able to take any further registrations.

AASW - Australian Association of Social Workers