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13th Australasian conference on child abuse and neglect

 

Overview

This conference is organised by the Australian Institute of Criminology The theme of the conference is Protecting children: New solutions to old problems.

The conference will consider a diverse range of areas including:

The scientific program of the conference is being designed to meet the specific needs of the Australasian child protection sector.

Invited keynote presenters will highlight the latest developments and directions, be they practice or policy-related and the first day of the conference will provide opportunities to attend master class training workshops with expert practitioners from a range of fields.

The event will be suitable for anyone with an interest in protecting children - from those who have recently joined the field to experienced practitioners looking for refinements and to hear about the latest in policy, professional practice and research.

Contacts

Kate Sweeney
Conference Coordinator
Australian Institute of Criminology
Ph: (02) 6260 9272
Email: events@aic.gov.au

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Last updated: 6 November 2013
 
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