Australian Bureau of Statistics
4914.0.55.001 - Newsletter: Age Matters, Aug 2005
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 27/09/2005
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Further information: Diversity in Health 2005 Secretariat, Australian Multicultural Foundation, PO Box 538, Carlton South, Victoria, 3053. Phone (03) 9457 7130. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
National Housing Conference: Building for Diversity (26-28 October 2005), Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, Western Australia.
Organised by the Western Australian Department of Housing and Works in conjunction with the Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI), this Conference will bring together social housing practitioners, policy makers, housing advocates, planners, architects, developers, real estate managers and housing researchers for lively debate on a broad range of issues facing Australia's housing system.
Further information: Conference Secretariat - Phone (08) 9386 3282; Email: email@example.com; Web: www.nationalhousingconference.org.au
Exploring the Meaning of Ageing Through Research, Policy and Practice - 38th National Conference of Australian Association of Gerontology (9-11 November 2005), Surfers Paradise, Queensland.
The AAG is a multidisciplinary association of professionals involved in the area of gerontology. This Conference is its annual meeting aimed at furthering the mission of the AAG which is 'to expand knowledge on ageing', through the presentation of research and discussion papers.
The theme provides an opportunity for presenters to expand knowledge on the meaning of ageing today. Particular areas of interest this year are:
Further information: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Web: http://www.aag.asn.au/conferences/natcon_intro.htm
Active Ageing: Seniors on the Move (22-25 November 2005), Hervey Bay, Queensland.
Queensland Health, Sport and Recreation Queensland and the Hervey Bay City Council are jointly hosting this Conference for policy makers, aged care and recreation providers, designers and planners to explore innovative ideas to help older residents age in their local community in a productive, healthy and active way.
Conference themes include:
Further information: www.activeageing.com
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