International Symposium: Family & Community Strengths 2018

International Symposium: Family & Community Strengths 2018

Monday April 30 2018, 9:00 AM
@ Newcastle City Hall, NSW, Australia

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A suite of discussions, presentations and panels over two days. Building Strong Families and Capable Communities 


Explore what’s working well - where & why tap into the latest research and findings unpack challenges and ignite solutions celebrate and discover the way forward

JOIN THE CONVERSATION with international, national and local participants from government, universities and the family and community sector. TOGETHER LET'S UNPACK CHALLENGES, DRAW ON OUR STRENGTHS AND IGNITE SOLUTIONS to the complex problems facing families and communities across the globe. 

This invitation-only event will bring policy makers, academics and practitioners together to discuss effective current and future strategies to stengthen families and communities. We'll explore what's working well - where and why; We'll tap into the latest research and we'll celebrate and discover the ways we can collaboratively move forward with families and communities. This international conversation brings together the wisdom and experience of practitioners, academics and policy makers from around Australia, Indonesia, New Zealnd, India, the USA and other Asia-Pacific nations to celebrate successes, address complex problems and plan for future challenges in the family and community sector.

LIMITED FREE AND PAID PASSES

FREE FOR SPEAKERS

INVITED PARTICIPANTS

$300 Two Day Pass | $275 Concession

$160 One Day Pass | $145 Concession

All tickets include lunches, morning and afternoon teas, celebration cocktail event and symposium bag

REGISTRATION DETAILS CLICK HERE

Join us at 6pm on Monday 30 April, at NeWspace to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Asset-based Community Development Asia Pacific Network, the 5th anniversary of the Master of Family Studies conducted by the Global Consortium for International Family Studies and the inauguration of the Network for Indonesian and Australian Family Studies.

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