AIFS 2022 Conference

AIFS 2022 Conference updates

Our cautiously optimistic plans for next year’s conference continue!

New website

The 2022 conference website is now live. Have a look and start planning for how you can get involved. We’ll be calling for abstracts in the next few weeks.

New speakers

We’re pleased to announce two new speakers to the plenary program. Dr Penny Hagen Director of The Auckland Co-design Lab (The Lab) and Social Intrapreneur Angie Tangaere, both based in The Southern Initiative in Auckland, New Zealand. They join an outstanding group of plenary speakers, that includes:

Jess Hill, Investigative journalist
Anne Hollonds, Australian Human Rights Commission
Catherine Liddle, SNAICC – National Voice of our Children
Natalie Lewis, Queensland Family and Child Commission
A/Professor Raymond Lovett, Australian National University
Professor Gerry Redmond, Flinders University.

Find out more about our speakers.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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