Workshop to be held at Australian Catholic University, St Patrick's Campus, Melbourne, on February 17-18, 2005.
This two day workshop, co-sponsored by Australian Catholic University, Brotherhood of St Laurence and La Trobe University, aims to provide practitioners of welfare history with a space in which they can reflect on the broad social, political and cultural contexts which have shaped the ways in which welfare has been understood and delivered. The keynote speaker will be Professor Jill Roe. Preference will be given to papers addressing the changing relations between the state and non-state sector, the religious and the secular, and professionals and volunteers.
Proposals (100 words) for papers and posters from scholars and postgraduates working in the field are invited.
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