Catch the early bird!
Register now for this crucial event
We invite you to register for this year’s Conference with great anticipation and delight. Early bird pricing is available, as well as reduced pricing for AASW members.
The 26th Asia-Pacific Regional Social Work Conference 2021 will be held online from 11-13 November 2021.
While the Conference will be online, it will still have many of the benefits of a face-to-face event, including:
- Pre-conference opening activities
- Two full days of live content across four streams
- Three keynote addresses
- Over 100 abstracts
- Ten panels/workshops
Confirmed Speakers so far:
Amina J. Mohammed Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations Chair of the United Nations Sustainable Development Group
Professor Jioji Ravulo Professor & Chair of Social Work and Policy Studies, The University of Sydney
Professor John Thwaites AM Chair, Monash Sustainable Development Institute, Chair, ClimateWorks Australia
Attracting more than 1,000 registrants from across the Asia-Pacific, the Conference will focus on a wide range of issues related to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, including but not limited to:
- Children and young people
- Children, young people, families
- Environment and Climate change
- Family and Sexual Violence
- First Nations people
- Gender Equality
- Housing and homelessness
- Mental Health
- Older Persons
- Social Work Education
- Social Work Practice
- Social Work Research
- Social Work Student experience
This is a must-attend conference for professionals in the social services sector. Attending will count towards your continuing professional development (CPD) hours.
See more, including sponsorship and exhibitor opportunities on the Conference website.
- Date: Thursday 11 November – Saturday 13 November 2021
- Location: ONLINE
- Theme: Social Work and the Sustainable Development Goals