Government and NGO partners are invited to attend the Australian Social Policy Conference’s Pathways of Care Longitudinal Study special session...
Date: Tuesday, 29 September 2015
Venue: University of New South Wales, Randwick
The papers being presented at the Australian Social Policy Conference are: Study design and data collection by FACS Analysis and Research and I-view, A comparison of kinship and non-kinship care: A comparison of child and carer characteristics by Professor Paul Delfabbro, Impact of service use on children in out-of-home care by Professor Ilan Katz and Placement stability in out-of-home care by Dr Fred Wulczyn. Professor Jane Waldfogel will be giving the Opening Plenary: Understanding and reducing inequalities in child development.
FACS staff and stakeholders can participate in the POCLS session in one of three ways:
Option 1: One Day Conference Registration Deal
A special deal has been organised for all FACS staff and stakeholders. FACS staff and stakeholders can register at the student rate of $150.00 and attend the Conference for a full day.
To register, go to the Australian Social Policy Conference website at https://www.aspc.unsw.edu.au/registration. When registering please indicate you are part of this special deal with FACS in the dietary requirements field.
(Please note: The POCLS special session will be held on Day 2 of the Conference – Tuesday, 29 September 2015).
Option 2: Attend the POCLS special session only
FACS staff and stakeholders can attend the POCLS special session only from 10.50am-12.30pm on Tuesday, 29 September 2015. Attendance is free however, no catering will be provided.
Option 3: View the POCLS special session via the Web
FACS staff and stakeholders can view the POCLS special session via Webinar/webcast.
RSVP for options 2 and 3 by Friday, 18th September 2015 to FACSARSeminarSeries@facs.nsw.gov.au. Please indicate if you are attending in person or viewing the session via Webinar/webcast.
Please pass this invitation to any of our government and non government partners who may be interested in attending.