ANZSWWER  2017 Symposium

 

‘Challenging Dominant Discourses’

ANZSWWER 2017 Save the Date Poster

Date: 7-8 September 2017

Venue: The University of Auckland, Epsom Campus, New Zealand

Epsom Campus Map

 

The 2017 ANZSWWER symposium will be hosted for the first time in New Zealand.

This is an exciting opportunity for consolidating trans-Tasman exchanges of ideas, issues, research and common challenges.

 

Registrations

Registrations are now open and are available in both Australian and New Zealand currency.

Australian attendees – Register here

New Zealand attendees – Register here

You do not need to be a member of ANZSWWER to attend, however discounted rates will apply

Become a member 

 

$AUS – Ticket Options  COST
ANZSWWER member – Full Symposium (early bird) $270.00
Non-member – Full Symposium (early bird) $300.00
ANZSWWER member – Full Symposium $300.00
Non-member – Full Symposium $330.00
Student – Full Symposium $100.00
ANZSWWER member 1 day only $170.00
Non-member 1 day only $180.00
Student 1 day $50.00
Field Education Networking Day $50.00
Event Dinner $65.00
$NZ – Ticket Options  COST
ANZSWWER member – Full Symposium (early bird) $290.00
Non-member – Full Symposium (early bird) $324.00
ANZSWWER member – Full Symposium $324.00
Non-member – Full Symposium $356.00
Student – Full Symposium $108.00
ANZSWWER member 1 day only $183.00
Non-member 1 day only $194.00
Student 1 day $54.00
Field Education Networking Day $54.00
Event Dinner $68.00

 

Accommodation & Travel

Please note these are suggestions only and are based in central Auckland and requires public transport or commuting by car to access the venue. Feel free to do your own research (our hosts suggest Airbnb or you could try Trivago or Booking.com). Please  take the opportunity to enhance your stay in Auckland by checking out the attractions and activities available in this beautiful part of the world as well…

Accommodation

What to do in Auckland

 

Call for Abstracts – (Closed)

With an unprecedented number of abstract submissions – notification of acceptance has been postponed till Wednesday 17th May 2017. We thank everyone in advance for your submissions and for your patience. 

 

Program 

Preparations for the symposium are in full swing and we look forward to bringing you further details as they unfold.

We can let you know the symposium will be held over the two full days and include;

  • Keynote presentations
  • Panel discussions
  • Concurrent sessions across sub-themes
  • Networking opportunities & social events

The Field Educators Network Day will be held the day prior on 6 September 2017.

 

The 2017 Symposium Theme

The overarching theme of this year’s symposium is “Challenging Dominant Discourses”, and we look forward to robust discussion around your interpretation of this in relation to social work and welfare education and research.

We especially invite submission of abstracts that will talk to the following streams of the symposium:

  • Working and educating in the context of neo-liberalism
  • Innovations in practice
  • Bicultural rangahau (research), education and practice
  • Working and educating across difference and diversity
  • Pedagogies in education and practice
  • Research for change
  • Environmental social work and sustainability education and practice

 

Field Educators Networking Day

Date: 6 September 2017

Venue: The University of Auckland,  Epsom Campus, New Zealand

 

The University of Auckland will be hosting the Field Educators Network (Australia) and the Field Education sub-group of CSWEANZ (New Zealand).

We are looking forward to our combined Field Educators mini symposium a theme that revolves around  “Creative and innovative Conversations”  with some exciting presentations, issues, ideas  and potential collaborations to discuss.

This day precedes the ANZSWWER symposium on 7 & 8 September.