Disrupting dominant discourses in professional practice: Practitioner perspectives on implementing ecosocial work

Samuel Lloyd, Jeanette Ninnis, Laura Wilson, Heather Boetto, Wendy Bowles

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Abstract

Abstract 39
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2020
Event2020 ANZSWWER Symposium and NFEN Workshop - Virtual event, Australia
Duration: 19 Nov 202020 Nov 2020
https://www.anzswwer.org/wp-content/uploads/2020-Symposium-Program-for-Website-as-at-24-Oct-2020.pdf (program)
https://www.anzswwer.org/symposium/symposium-events-2020/ (Symposium website)

Conference

Conference2020 ANZSWWER Symposium and NFEN Workshop
Abbreviated titleDigital Technologies in a Time of Change
Country/TerritoryAustralia
Period19/11/2020/11/20
OtherIn today’s world, social work is operating in an environment of immense change. This change is not limited to one realm of our lives, it impacts our profession in our interpersonal and community practice, in the education of our students and the development of ourselves and our colleagues, and in the research that we undertake to examine the impact and our responses to this change. Throughout this climate of change social work is continuing to be proactive and creative, with an ever-present focus on social justice and a critical approach. Keynote speaker presentations and abstract presentations will contribute to a robust discussion of what it means to continue to work towards positive change, in line with the following broad themes:

Theme 1: Digital technologies in a time of change
Theme 2: Regional, rural and remote and international social work
Theme 3: Indigenous knowledge, methodologies and perspectives
Theme 4: Disruptions in politics, civil society and the environment
Theme 5: Social work education in the field and in the classroom
Theme 6: New Voices in Social Work Research
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