A SYMPOSIUM HOSTED BY THE SOCIAL SUPPORT AND PRECARIOUS WORK RESEARCH DISCUSSION GROUP (SS&PW)
In contested spaces of marketised service delivery in social care, the need to develop and engage in discussions on stakeholder rights has emerged as a critical issue. How can the rights of each stakeholder be realised in a way that recognises and accommodates the diverse needs and interests and vulnerabilities of other stakeholders within such a landscape? This symposium for PhD and Early Career Researchers working in the fields of disability and mental health support and aged care is aimed at developing a more robust and innovative conversation about points of intersection for people who require care and support, and those who provide care and support in a paid and unpaid capacity.
Wed 5 December 2018
9am – 2pm (registration from 8.30am)
445 Swanston St
Bldg 80, Level 10, Rooms 17&18
Free event but registration required (Morning tea and lunch provided)