NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference 2019
19–21 November 2019
OPAL COVE RESORT • COFFS HARBOUR
The biennial NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference is a key event for those working with Aboriginal children and families in NSW. This year the conference will be held from 19 to 21 November 2019 at the picturesque Opal Cove Resort, Coffs Harbour.
Hosted by AbSec, the sector peak body, the conference provides participants an opportunity to strengthen their skills and knowledge in supporting Aboriginal children, young people and families. It’s also a vital opportunity to put the focus firmly on Aboriginal kids and what’s needed to keep them safe and healthy.
Our 2019 conference aims to highlight successful strategies for developing well-integrated, holistic and culturally responsive service systems. We look forward to sharing best practices, celebrating our achievements and setting future directions to deliver better outcomes for Aboriginal children, young people, families and communities.
It is also an opportunity to share the latest research developments in developing Aboriginal-led and culturally informed evidence based frameworks and models, and showcase strategies for involving Aboriginal youth, families and communities in developing services and policies that lead to system change.
Early-bird registrations opening in May!
Call for abstracts
The NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference is an important opportunity for community leaders, child protection practitioners, family support workers, researchers and advocates to share best practices and hear from other experts in the field on the latest research and advocacy efforts to improve outcomes for Aboriginal children and their families.
AbSec is now seeking abstracts from interested individuals, organisations and communities.
Please submit your presentation or workshop abstract by Friday 10 May 2019.
Sponsorship & Exhibition Prospectus
AbSec warmly welcomes businesses and organisations to support us as a sponsor or exhibitor at this year’s NSW Aboriginal Child & Family Conference. The conference attracts hundreds of key service providers and workers in Aboriginal communities, and provides an excellent opportunity for businesses and organisations to promote their services and brands to those working on the ground in communities.