Conceptions of Care

Picture of Sue Yeandle
Sue Yeandle

What happens when we apply a feminist lens to the shifting arrangements for care? Director of the University of Sheffield’s Centre for International Research on Care, Labour and Equalities, Sue Yeandle, lifted the lid on this important topic.

View the Conceptions of Care lecture slides here.

Lessons from the UK

In August 2017, International Fellow Dr Shereen Hussein highlighted lessons Australia can learn from the UK as it enters the NDIS market-based system of providing services for people with disability.

Dr Shereen Hussein

View key presentations here from Dr Hussein’s visit.

Public lecture – A workforce for the future (30 August)

Key issues for the Social Services Workforce: Reflecting on the European experience for the Australian context

Workforce for the Future – Trends and challenges in an age of marketisation: Lessons from the UK and Europe

Advocacy’s role in ensuring choice, control and safeguarding of service users

Personal budgets and their impact on users and workers

Worker engagement, burnout and personal accomplishments among social workers

The Value of Data for informing policy and practice

Designing accessible and usable data for researchers (Mohamed Ismail)