National Conference 2021
Recovery and Reconnection
Date: 20-21 September 2021
It is with great pleasure that Anglicare Australia invites you to the 2021 Anglicare Australia National Conference, to be held from 20 – 21 September.
For the first time, the Anglicare Australia National Conference will be held online. We are excited to be holding this event virtually, allowing us to host a truly national conference. By coming together online, we can bring the content to more delegates than ever before – and as a Network, more Anglicare Australia members can reconnect.
Our theme for 2021, Recovery and Reconnection, captures the excitement and potential of our first national gathering after an unprecedented year. As a Network, we have been supporting Australians through a time of unprecedented upheaval. And as Anglicare Australia Network members, we work in hundreds of regions across Australia to build inclusion and connection across our communities.
As with all of our conferences, delegates will be treated to sessions from experts from across the Anglicare Australia Network; some outstanding keynote addresses; and opportunities to discuss conference content with other delegates.
Lock this event into your calendars now! This conference will give you the opportunity to share your ideas, and celebrate your plans for the future.
Registrations can be paid by card or invoice. For more information, please email [email protected].
Recovery and Reconnection
Our theme, Recovery and Reconnection, captures the challenges and opportunities we face as we emerge from a time of unprecedented upheaval.
World-Class Speakers and Sessions
The Anglicare Australia National Conference will feature keynote speeches and masterclasses with leading national and international speakers.
A Truly National Conference
By coming together online, we can bring the content to more delegates than ever before – and as a Network, more Anglicare Australia members can come together.
Meet some of our speakers
Professor John Swinton
Professor John Swinton is the Chair in Divinity and Religious Studies at the University of Aberdeen. He is an expert in the areas of practical theology, disability theology, qualitative research and pastoral care.
Catherine Liddle is the CEO of SNAICC: National Voice for Our Children, the national peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children.
Professor Luke Bretherton
Professor Luke Bretherton is Robert E. Cushman Distinguished Professor of Moral and Political Theology and senior fellow of the Kenan Institute for Ethics at Duke University.