World Social Work Day 2019 Breakfast
|Date:||Tuesday 19 March 2019|
|Venue:||Rydges South Park|
$35 AASW members
|Organiser:||AASW SA Branch|
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SA Commissioner for Aboriginal Children & Young People
About the Keynote speaker
April Lawrie took up appointment as South Australia’s inaugural Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People in October 2018.
April has 28 years’ experience addressing Aboriginal issues across government and at the community level, contributing to the formation of Aboriginal policy at the state and national level. She has been a well reputed advocate for Aboriginal Children and Young People including significant contributions to the formation of the development of the Education Department’s Aboriginal Education Strategy.
In her new role Commissioner Lawrie will bring the voice of Aboriginal Children and Young People into broader policy areas including health, justice, child protection and education. Her aim is to improve service outcomes for Aboriginal Children and Young People through highly responsive and culturally relevant pathways.
Announcement of the Nominees for the SA Social Worker of the Year Awards 2019
The included menu offers:
• Fresh fruit platters
• Selection of Danish pastries and muffins
• Freshly brewed coffee, tea and selections of juices
• Hot Plated Breakfast of Bacon, egg, sausage, tomato, mushroom and hash browns
Special dietary requirements will be accommodated based on the Vegetarian option:
Poached eggs, sautéed spinach, cherry tomatoes, potato rosti, fetta cheese, pepita seeds and smashed avocado on ciabatta bread
The SA Branch Management Committee are pleased to be hosting this annual event and look forward to the opportunity to meet those of you who can join us to celebrate the significant contribution of Social Work in South Australia.
$35 (AASW members)
$20 (Student members)
$30 (Student non-members)
$30 (New Grads / Retired)
[Prices are incl. GST]