Monthly Archives: October 2014

The road from citizen to consumer: outsourcing altruism

Back in May, Tony Nicholson, the Executive Director of the Brotherhood of St Laurence gave a speech on the future of the community welfare sector. He said in part, I want to consider the path our community welfare sector will … Continue reading

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Nauru child abuse investigation: AASW President asks some pointed questions

AASW President Professor Karen Healy has written an excellent piece for Crikey that you can find here- She deftly exposes the lack of investigatory power or skill of the public servant appointed to deal with the matter. For those … Continue reading

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Social work membership: the guardians at the gate

On October 4th I published the following post from Louise Whitfield Hi Vittorio . I am impressed with your views on self regulation, connection and alliance. I previously was a member of the AASW for five years. My qualifications are … Continue reading

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