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Social service conference: Evidence to Action!

May 11, 2017 at 5:27 PM

*From the New Zealand Family Violence Clearinghouse*

When: Monday 19 June 2017, 9am-5pm. Registration from 8am.

Where: Rydges Hotel, 75 Featherstone Street, Wellington.

Organised by Superu.

Cost: Early bird - $200 (until 19 May 2017); Standard rate - $250 (20-31 May 2017); Late rate - $300 (from 1-9 June 2017); All rates gst inc. Register now

What works: when evidence becomes action.

This event brings together New Zealand’s social service community to network and share their insights about what works. This year, Superu will focus on the nexus between evidence and action.

 Superu already have a prestigious line-up of speakers confirmed for the conference. They are Dr Sarah Morton, Director of What Works Scotland; Karen Field, CEO of drummond street services in Melbourne; Monique Faleafa, CEO of Le Va; Stuart McNaughton, Chief Education Science Advisor; and Eru Lyndon, Regional Commissioner, Northland, at the Ministry of Social Development.

 Register now to secure your place. See the provisional programme for the conference

Read more about the conference on the Superu website

Follow the event on social media using #E2A2017

Category: Events