Draft Program

Monday 25th September — Monday

08:30 AM
Conference Registration
Location:
Foyer
09:30 AM
Official Opening
Location:
Leighton Hall
Welcome to Country
Welcome to the Australian Social Policy Conference
09:45 AM
Speaker(s):
Professor Greg Marston, The University of Queensland
Location:
Leighton Hall
Get a life: critical reflections on ‘post-work’ politics and policies
11:00 AM
Morning Tea
Location:
Foyer
11:30 AM
Contributed Papers
Child Outcomes
Location:
Leighton Hall
More than a snapshot in time: pathways of disadvantage over childhood
Meredith O'Connor, Sharon Goldfeld, Elodie O'Connor, Shiau Chong, Gerry Redmond, Katrina Williams, Fiona Mensah, Francisco Azpitarte, Hannah Badland, Sue Woolfenden, Dan Cloney
Does infant exposure to disadvantage carry a legacy for child development? A replication analysis in two Australian cohort studies
Meredith O'Connor, Shiau Chong, Delyse Hutchinson, Jennifer McIntosh, Craig Olsson, Sharon Goldfeld
Recognising and Supporting Unpaid Care by Parents and Carers
01:10 PM
Lunch
Location:
Foyer
02:10 PM
Contributed Papers
Special Session: Harnessing Data to Improve Australian's Welfare
Location:
Tyree Room
Overview of Australia’s welfare 2017
Matthew James, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare
03:10 PM
Afternoon Tea
Location:
Foyer
03:40 PM
Contributed Papers
Special Session: Child Care Flexibility at a Crossroads
Special Session: Long-term Unemployment, Social Networks and Wellbeing
Location:
Tyree Room
Beyond 'who you know': a qualitative analysis of social networks and job search in Australia
Gaby Ramia, Michelle Peterie, Greg Marston, Roger Patulny, Claire Seaman
The role of personal networks in helping Australians find jobs
Roger Patulny, Claire Seaman, Gaby Ramia, Greg Marston, Michelle Peterie
It’s not just the size of your network that counts, it’s if and how you use it
Michelle Peterie, Gaby Ramia, Greg Marston, Roger Patulny, Claire Seaman
Special Session: Community-led Partnership Forum
Details to come
05:00 PM
Drinks Reception
Location:
Foyer
Sponsored by the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods and the Australian Data Archive

Tuesday 26th September — Tuesday

09:00 AM
Speaker(s):
Associate Professor Bingqin Li, Social Policy Research Centre
Location:
Leighton Hall
10:15 AM
Morning Tea
Location:
Foyer
10:45 AM
Contributed Papers
Homelessness and Housing Disadvantage
12:25 PM
Lunch
Location:
Foyer
01:25 PM
Speaker(s):
Professor Lane Kenworthy, University of California
Location:
Leighton Hall
Social democratic capitalism
02:40 PM
Afternoon Tea
Location:
Foyer
03:10 PM
Contributed Papers

Wednesday 27th September — Wednesday

09:00 AM
Speaker(s):
Professor Jill Manthorpe, King's College London
10:15 AM
Morning Tea
Location:
Foyer
10:45 AM
Contributed Papers
Special Session: Refugee Children
Location:
Leighton Hall
An ecological approach to reporting the adjustment of refugee children and adolescents in Australia: outcomes from wave three of the Building a New Life in Australia study
Meaghan O'Donnell, Winnie Lau, Angela Nickerson, Derrick Silove, Ben Edwards, Miranda Van Hooff, Mark Creamer, Nathan Alkemade, Dzenana Kartal, Alexander McFarlane, David Forbes, Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic, Zachary Steel, Kim Felmingham, Richard Bryant
Intrusive fear for family amongst family resettled as refugees in Australia
Zachary Steel, Richard Bryant, Meaghan O'Donnell, Angela Nickerson, Derrick Silove, Ben Edwards, Miranda Van Hooff, Winnie Lau, Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic
Special Session: Migration Pathways into Care Work in Australia
Location:
Room G1 (Civil Engineering Building)
12:25 PM
Lunch
Location:
Foyer
01:25 PM
Speaker(s):
Commissioner Robert Fitzgerald
02:25 PM
Afternoon Tea
Location:
Foyer
02:55 PM
Contributed Papers
Location:
Leighton Hall
Overview of the Pathways of Care longitudinal study design and progress
FACS Analysis and Research A brief overview of the study will be provided including the study design, data sources, progress and a snapshot of how children are faring since entering out-of-home care on the key developmental outcomes of physical health, socio-emotional wellbeing and cognitive/learning ability.
Risk and Responsibility
Location:
Room G1 (Civil Engineering Building)
Insuring in insecure times
Marcus Banks, Dina Bowman