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Understanding the Challenges for Protecting Children in the Asia-Pacific Region from Harm: Kempe Haruv Journal Club Session 3

February 24, 2022

February 24th (on Zoom)

5:00-6:00 pm Central Time (USA)

CEU’s available for social work: $10 for 1 credit hour

February 25th (on Zoom)

9:00-10:00 am AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)

KEMPE HARUV JOURNAL CLUB is hosting Prof. Bob Lonne

Professor Bob Lonne, PhD is an Adjunct Professor of Social Work at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia. He has extensive practice, research and scholarship experience in the areas of child protection and social work and has consulted widely about how to address the complex systemic issues affecting service delivery and outcomes, including implementing public health approaches to protecting children. He co-authored the texts of Reforming Child Protection and Working Ethically in Child Protection and his research has examined media portrayals, informal care systems, kinship care, relational practice with Indigenous peoples, differential response,  mandatory reporting, earlier intervention and prevention frameworks, workforce issues and ethical practice in child welfare interventions. He has provided high level advice to governments in Australia and elsewhere on how to refocus child welfare systems to achieve better outcomes for children, families and communities. Professor Lonne was the National President of the Australian Association of Social Workers from 2005 to 2011.

Target Population:

General professional audience

Number of Sessions:

1

Location:

On Zoom

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