Events and media

Future of the Professions Conference, 2023

On the 16th and 17th of February, 2023 the Future of the Professions Research Group hosted a conference in Wagga Wagga, on the theme of 'the future of the professions'."

Selected Presentations

  1. Professionals and the Ethics of Workplace Surveillance
  2. Research Notes on Funded Research in Philosophy and Ethics
  3. Working with Industry Partners
  4. Epistemic and Truth Telling
  5. Economic Impact of Information Professions
  6. Social Work in Libraries
  7. Te Tiriti o Waitangi and Competence Standards
  8. Social Work and Disaster Practice

The Professional Fight against Conspiracy Theories

On the 29th of September, 2022, the Future of the Professions Research Group collaborated with the Australian Council of Professions to host an online round-table on the topic of “The Professional Fight against Conspiracy Theories".

Social Work in Libraries Symposium

Hosted by Charles Sturt University’s School of Information and Communication Studies and the School of Social Work and Arts, SWiL2022 is an international symposium bringing together academics, professionals and students in the disciplines of social work and librarianship to share information and research about supporting social justice through bringing social workers into the increasingly community-centred environments of all types of libraries.

SWiL2022 will be presented live online from 9:00 – 16:30 on December 1, 2022 (AEDT).

Symposium website

Future of the Professions Research Group online meeting October 11th, 2022 Recording

The Future of the Professions Research Group hosted hosting an online meeting on October 11th, 2022, 12-1 pm.
The meeting provided an opportunity for our two new postdoctoral researchers, Monique Shephard and Will Tuckwell, to introduce their research to other members of the group, and to interested members of the broader university community, as well as for the research lead, Steve Clarke, to convene a discussion about upcoming activities the group will be hosting.

A recording of the meeting is available here: