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Annual Social Work Conference - Social Work in times of crisis and disaster

Virtual Event

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FREE ONLINE EVENT

‘Social Work in times of crisis and disaster – working with individuals and communities to enhance wellbeing’

In recent times we have experienced a global pandemic, climatic disasters, refugee crises, the impact of wars and a cost of living crisis all of which have had an impact on individuals and communities.  This free online conference will provide an opportunity for practitioners, people with lived experience, academics and researchers from a variety of disciplines to come together to explore how social work can contribute to the wellbeing of individuals at these critical times.

So come and join us and be part of the debate.

FINAL PROGRAMME 

For enquiries please email hellmuth.weich@northumbria.ac.uk

If you are interested in attending please register your expression of interest below

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