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Professor Lesley Chenoweth

A Charles Sturt University Initiative

 Curriculum Development on Environment Sustainability

in Social Work

Professor Lesley Chenoweth

Responding to the Challenges of Contemporary and Future Human Services - Beyond Survival to Proactive Change

The Role and Direction of Social Work and Human Services in the current Economic environment

Cooking for Social Work

New Zealand Workshops

Working With Challenging Clients: Motivation, Cooperation And Assisting Behaviour Change

workshops Sarajevo, Bosnia, Vive Zene, Bosnia and Herzegovina

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Dr Venkat Pulla

AWARDED in India

 

3rd Right every Wrong Conclave

 

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Ignorance of Ability Brings Disability

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The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice Inc. with support from the Griffith University

Cooking for Social Work

A reflection on the profession presented by Leilani Garland

and chaired by Professor Lesley Chenoweth

Wednesday 11 April 2012

This is a reflective journey of a renowned Brisbane Social Worker who has left her practice recipes with many social workers. She is a social work icon who has become known to many for her experiences in private practice, front line work, public sector and academia. Leilani is also well known for her contribution to the profession at the University of Queensland, Alumni and as the Editor of Spectrum magazine. Her ingredients include anti-oppressive practice, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander awareness, community development practice, cultural awareness, strengths-based practice, her love of family and her love for cooking amongst many other interests and skills.

 

Please come and celebrate Leilani's professional successes and gain wisdom through her reflections, anecdotes and most of all her own recipes for a social work.

Come and participate in this reflective lecture which is bound to inspire you professionally and personally. I look forward to seeing you there.

 

Stefan Bakaj

Secretary

The Brisbane Institute of Strengths Based Practice Inc.

Griffith University Brisbane Palani Thevar, Dragan Bombek, Duncan Williams Griffith University Brisbane Palani Thevar, Dragan Bombek, Duncan Williams
Griffith University Brisbane Peter Binyon Professor Lesley Chenoweth Griffith University Brisbane
Griffith University Brisbane Dr Venkat Pulla Leilani Garland Griffith University Brisbane
Leilani Garland and Professor Lesley Chenoweth Griffith University Brisbane Kimberley Lloyd-Jones, Stefan Bakaj, KERRIE-ANN WALLIS B.A.

 

Slovenia, Ljubljana - 2013

Conference of Social Work Ljubljana 2013 Slovenia Europe

5th Congress of Social Work Ljubljana 2013 Slovenia Europe

 

25-27 SEPTEMBER 2013

 

The symposium will be held on 26th September 2013 in Ljubljana, Hotel Mons, Slovenia as part of the 5th Congress of Social Work. Working language is English.

Current economic crisis initiated many states considering themselves as welfare states to introduce social changes that distanced them from the concept of welfare by introducing the concept of workfare and punitive state. Neoliberal or neoconservative ideological assumptions got an important place in social policies and can be recognised in social rights cuttings, obstacles to accessibility of and eligibility to services, and in increased dependency on labour market for survival. The most obvious consequences are increase in poverty, homelessness and severe social problems. These changes affect social work in different ways throughout the world.

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