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Image shows keynote speakers including Queensland self-advocates Paul O’Dea, Donna Best and Alex Baker; international keynote speakers Professor Andrew Jahoda, Professor Chris Hatton, Associate Professor Ann Fudge Schormans and Doctor Brigit Mirfin-Veitch; and Australian academics Professor Monica Cuskelly and Dr Kathy Ellem.

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Social Work professor Ann Fudge Schormans recaps her recent keynote on arts based research methods from the #ASID2018 (Intellectual Disability Australasia') Conference “Let’s Shake It Up - Human Rights for Everyone”.

Jan 02, 2019

Social Work professor Ann Fudge Schormans recaps her recent keynote on arts based research methods from the  (Intellectual Disability Australasia') Conference “Let’s Shake It Up - Human Rights for Everyone” at the Gold Coast.

 In this podcast, we hear from all the keynotes including Queensland self-advocates Paul O’Dea, Donna Best and Alex Baker; international keynote speakers Professor Andrew Jahoda, Professor Chris Hatton, Associate Professor Ann Fudge Schormans and Doctor Brigit Mirfin-Veitch; and Australian academics Professor Monica Cuskelly and Dr Kathy Ellem.

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