Beint streymi frá Félagsráðgjafaþingi föstudaginn 18. febrúar 2022 á hótel Hilton Reykjavík Nordica kl. 9:00-11:30. Framhaldsþing verður síðan haldið 13. maí 2022 kl. 13:00-17:00 að hótel Hilton Reykjavík Nordica með málstofum og móttöku. Dagskrá framhaldsþingsins er í vinnslu og verður auglýst síðar.
Yfirskrift þingsins að þessu sinni er, Félagsráðgjöf: farsæld, samþætting og sjálfbærni.
Félagsmenn FÍ fá senda vefslóð daginn fyrir viðburðinn, þeir þurfa ekki að skrá þátttöku!
Viðburðinum verður streymt hér á heimasíðu FÍ og á facebooksíðu FÍ.
9:00 Ávarp: Ásmundur Einar Daðason mennta- og barnamálaráðherra
9:15 Ávarp formanns FÍ og tilkynning um úthlutun Vísindasjóðs FÍ
9:30 Anna Gupta, prófessor í félagsráðgjöf við Félagsráðgjafardeild Royal Holloway University of London. Promoting Children’s
Prosperity: A Social Model for Protecting Children and Supporting Families.
10:30 Cormac Quinlan, Assistant National Director for Practice Reform in Tusla, the National Child and Family Agency in the Republic of
Ireland, og Sue Kane, National Implementation lead on Tusla’s ‘Child Protection and Welfare Strategy’ (CPWS). The Child
Protection and Welfare Strategy
Anna Gupta is Professor of Social Work in the Department of Social Work, Royal Holloway University of London. She is a registered social worker and before joining academia in 2000, worked as a social worker and team manager in two London boroughs, and as a Children’s Guardian in the family courts. Her research interests include child protection/ welfare policy and practice with families living in poverty, Black and minority ethnic children and families, children in care and adoption. Her recent work has included participatory approaches and coproduction with families living in poverty who have experienced social work services, and she is working with London local authorities to develop parent/peer advocacy and other family inclusion practices. Two of her recent publications are a co-written book: ‘Protecting Children: A Social Model’, and a co-edited book: ‘Unaccompanied Young Migrants: Identity, care and Justice’
Cormac Quinlan is the Assistant National Director for Practice Reform in Tusla, the National Child and Family Agency in the Republic of Ireland. Cormac has been a practising social worker and manager in child protection, welfare and family support work since 1997. Cormac has also been a tutor with the Master Social Work Programme in Trinity College Dublin and both Chair and a member of the CORU Social Work Registration Board in Ireland. A main area of interest for Cormac throughout his career has been practice development in the area of child protection, welfare and family support. Since joining the National Office in Tusla , Cormac has held lead responsibility for policy, research, communications, the project management office and strategy and business planning. At present he is leading on a wide practice reform programme across the service.
Sue Kane a Child Protection and Welfare Strategy’ National Implementation Manager – Tusla Child and Family Agency. Sue Kane has a social care background and has been working in children and family services for more than 20 years, initially in residential care, before moving to Community Based Family Support. Sue has a Master of Science degree (M.S.c) in Child Protection and Welfare.
Sue has been involved in the roll out of several national projects in the Republic of Ireland, including the ‘Springboard’ initiative, and Tusla’s ‘Child Protection Notification System’ (CPNS), and is now working as the National Implementation lead on Tusla’s ‘Child Protection and Welfare Strategy’ (CPWS).