AANZPA Conference 2024
The AANZPA 2024 Conference will be held in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
Women’s College, College Road, St Lucia, Brisbane. (View Map)
- Conference Opening: 5:00 pm Wednesday, 17 January.
- Closing: 3:00 pm Sunday 21 January 2024
- AGM Saturday, 20 January 2024
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- 22 – 23 January 2024. ‘Rising up…..again and…..again: sustaining spontaneity in a changing world’, Workshop leaders: Bev Hosking and Martin Putt. Fee: $570 AUD. Maximum Participants: 16
Note: Preference for pre- and post-conference workshops will be given to registrants who have also registered for the Conference.
- Expressions of Interest for presenters open: 28 July 2023
- Registrations open: 18 August 2023
- Early bird close: 4 November 2023
- Closing date for conference proposals: 30 September 2023
Conference registrations are open.
Note: On the registration form, click on Payment method* to access workshop enrolment and types of membership fees.
- Member Fee: AUD $550
- Non-member Fee: AUD $575
Register for the AANZPA Conference 2024.
Proposal for a Conference Session
The venue and what’s nearby
Booking Conference Accomodation
Refund and Cancellations Policy
Registration refunds are at the discretion of the Conference Treasurer. Conference fees may be repaid in full for cancellation requests received on or before 15 January 2024. After this date, refunds may be paid minus an administration fee of $25. To assist the group process please notify the registrar if you cannot attend the workshop.
All registrations will be processed when payment is received. For specific payment and refund inquiries email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre and Post Conference Workshop Policy
Preference for pre and post-conference workshops will be given to registrants who have also registered for the Conference. This means sociometry built during the pre and post-conference workshops has an effect on the conference as a whole.
In the service of inclusion of all members of AANZPA, we accommodate those with a disability at our annual gatherings, as far as possible in communication with those affected. We anticipate that there will be some limitations in meeting all needs. We undertake to not reduce people with a disability to their specific needs or unnecessarily draw attention to their disability, rather, we aspire to relate as one human being with another.
In our conference processes, we aim to strengthen sociometry to enhance the possibility of an encounter between people. We aim to stay spontaneous in the face of exhaustion and role fatigue. There is mutual responsibility whereby the expansion of roles and role reversal is encouraged by all parties.
A Disability Liaison Person/s (DLP) is/are appointed by the Executive for the long term. To maximize full participation of all attendees the conference committee will designate one of their members to work on these matters with their own committee, the venues, with the DLP, with the conference information regarding the limits of venues.
The DLP will keep in touch with the range of people with disabilities and liaise with the conference committee member responsible for implementing this policy. A conference committee member will ensure limitations of access etc., of the venue are communicated in the conference publicity and will liaise with the venues used by the conference anticipating and progressing negotiations on conference attendees’ behalf.