Sally Morgan has been an educator in a wide range of school settings, from mainstream to alternative flexible learning environments and teacher education. At St Joseph’s Flexible Learning Centre in Nth Melbourne, she helped to lead the Maree program for people seeking asylum and developed the Asylum Seeker Pathways Project, working to overcome barriers to work and education experienced by her students . She is currently doing a participatory action research PhD project. Sally is also secretary of the recently established HOPE Co-Operative, run by and for students of asylum seeker background. Working to promote agency and full socio-economic inclusion of people marginalised by the immigration and education systems is her ongoing passion.
Sally will be presenting as part of the 'Ways of Working' session on Thursday 13 February
Conference Day One Thursday 13
Plenary Showcase: Ways of working: self-representation, collaboration and reconciliation
A showcase of local and national initiatives highlighting the collaboration of multiple service providers to deliver community-defined requirements.
Speakers, Organisations/ Initatives
Joseph Youhana, National Refugee Advocacy and Advisory Group
Gulnara Abbasova, Harmony Alliance