DescriptionA professional development opportunity suitable for carers, people accessing services, professionals, social workers, public servants, policymakers, advisors and politicians interested in the human services industry.
Monica Short and Dominic O’Sullivan both lectured and then lead two panels. The first panel included: Aboriginal Christian leader, Wakka Wakka woman and CEO of Common Grace, Brooke Prentis; Arabana woman of South Australia, Christian leader within the Aboriginal Evangelical Fellowship of Australia and Community Engagement Officer, Kathryn Naden; and CSU Associate Professor Dominic O’Sullivan.
The second panel included: chair of Embracing Ministries Committee, Janet McKinney; IRPH Radio Announcer and Interviewer, Jenny Wright; and clergy spouse, local member of the Anglican church and public servant, Karen King. All panel members identify as living with disabilities.
Partners: Anglicare NSW South, NSW West and ACT; IRPH radio station; Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture; Anglican Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn; Common Grace; and Embracing Ministries.
|Period||10 Sep 2020|
|Event type||Online presentation|
|Location||Canberra, Australia, Australian Capital Territory|
|Degree of Recognition||Regional|
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Writers retreat - contextualisation of the Anglicare's Colleges training packages and professional development plans for staff
Activity: Academic engagement & professional development › Expert/advisor