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SSPA 2016 Conference

June 30, 2016 at 3:04 PM

SSPA 2016 Conference -  'Taking Charge of Change:  Transformation Through Innovation'

When: 27-28 October 2016

Where: Christchurch

Organised by Social Service Providers Aotearoa Inc. (SSPA)

Save the date. Call for papers closes 8 July 2016

Conference theme: Taking Charge of Change:  Transformation Through Innovation

The theme for SSPA’s National Conference 2016 reflects, and is in response to, the current New Zealand political and changing social sector environment that SSPA’s members are facing as NGO providers of essential social services.

 Please email: for information on submitting a paper to this conference.

Call for papers closes 5pm, Friday 8 July 2016.


Category: Conference