Final List of Participants

 

Sl. No Name Address Topic Mode of Presentation
1 Cathy Humphreys Professor of Social Work, University of Melbourne

Australia

Keynote Speaker
2 Vishanthie Sewpaul Senior Professor at the University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa (UKZN), Keynote Speaker
3 Vicki Banham Associate Professor and Associate Dean (Social Science, Social Work, Counselling, Youth Work) in the School of Arts and Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Australia Keynote Speaker
4 Tatsuru Akimoto Director & Prof. Asian Research Institute for International Social Work (ARIISW), Shukutoku University, Japan Keynote Speaker
5 Paul Ban Fellow, Department of Social Work, The University of Melbourne, c/-76 Berry Street

Clifton Hill, Victoria 3068, Australia

Is the International Practice of Family Group Conferences Relevant to Bhutan?

 

Oral

 

6 Karen Anderson

 

 

Practitioner Scholar, School of Arts and Humanities Edith Cowan University

270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, Western Australia 6027

Social Work and Palliative Care: Understanding Chronic Sorrow

 

 

Oral
7 Ugyen Tenzin Teacher,

Dorji Lingpa Foundation, Wangdue

Understanding social work profession in Bhutanese context

 

Oral
8 Prateeti Barman Assistant Professor

Department of Social Work

Royal Global University

Guwahati, Assam, India

Reproductive Health Rights and Social Work

 

Oral
9 SonamPelden School of Arts & Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus, 270 Joondalup Drive, WA 6027

 

Schools are providing a safe harbour and a sense of belonging to their students: Beginning to seek alternate stories to suicides

 

 

Oral
 

10

Amrit Subba, &Sam Subba

 

Bhutan Sharing and Loving Youths (BSLY), Thimphu

 

The Spirit of Youth Volunteerism in Bhutan- A Case of Bhutan Sharing & Loving Youth (BSLY)

 

Oral
11 Karen Anderson

 

 

Practitioner Scholar, School of Arts and Humanities Edith Cowan University

270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, Western Australia 6027

 

 

 

The Presence of Death, Loss and Grief when Supporting Others. A Reflection on Grief and Loss Counselling when the Counsellor is Dealing with those Issues in their Personal Life.

 

Oral
12 Bhuvan Israni

 

Defense Institute of Psychological Research (DIPR), New Delhi, India Should Organizations Provide Concessions To Their Employees Who Have

Special Need Children?

Oral
13 Vicki Banham Edith Cowan University, 270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, Western Australia 6027 The Right to be Listened to: Acknowledging the Child’s Voice in Family Court Processes Oral
14 Kristin Diemer Senior Research Fellow and kNOwVAWdata course co-convenor, School of Health Sciences, 161 Barry St Level 6, The University of Melbourne, Melbourne Australia, 3010

 

kNOwVAWdata: Improving National and Regional Capacities to Measure and Monitor Violence against Women in Asia and the Pacific

 

Oral
15 Gohori, J

 

ARIISW, Shukutoku, University Japan Exploring Buddhist Social Work: Outline of the Joint Research Project

 

Oral
16 Karen Anderson

 

 

Practitioner Scholar, School of Arts and Humanities Edith Cowan University

270 Joondalup Drive, Joondalup, Western Australia 6027

 

Principles of Practice when Providing Psychosocial Care in Palliative Care Settings.

 

Oral
17 Natalie Long Curtin University (Sessional) 10/10 Roebuck Drive, Salter Point, Western Australia 6152

 

International Social Work Fieldwork: Australian Social Work Student Placements in Nepal

 

Oral
18 Yeshey Khandu

 

Chief Program Officer, Department of Occupational Standards, Ministry of Labour & Human Resources, PO Box: 1036, Thongsel Lam, Lower Motithang, Thimphu, Bhutan

 

Design Thinking as an Empathetic Approach to Improving Social Service: The Kolkata Patient Referral Experience from Bhutan.

 

Oral
19 Tashi Dendup Human Resource  Officer,

Audit Division, RCSC

 

Community Volunteerism among Youth-led Groups under Young Bhutan Network, Thimphu

 

Oral
20 Sonam Pelden

 

School of Arts & Humanities, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup Campus, 270 Joondalup Drive, WA 6027

 

Pioneering Supervision training for school guidance counsellors in Bhutan: reflections and lessons for the field.

 

 

Oral
21 Rinchen Wangmo

 

Teacher, Phuntshopelri Primary School, Samtse, Bhutan De-Suung and Volunteerism: My Engagement, Experience and Learning

 

 

Oral
22 Ganeshman Gurung Lecturer, SCE An Alternative Model of Social Work Education: A Case of SCE
23 Ramesh Kumar. Chhetri Lecturer, SCE An Assessment of the Certificate Course in Social Work

 

24 Tshering Dorji Lecturer, SCE Dynamics of Power and Decision Making in Employed Married Couples in Bhutan Oral
25 Bibharani Swargiary Assistant Professor,

Dept. of Social Work,

Assam Don Bosco University,  Guwahati, Assam

India

 

Widowhood: Concept, Experiences and Social Work Practice

 

Oral