Flinders University Social Work Association
Flinders University Social Workers Association (FUSWA)
is a student-run Academic Association created for all students
embarking on their journey to become emerging
Social Workers and Human Service Practitioners at Flinders University.
FUSWA aims to provide education and teaching activities, inclusive social events, health and wellbeing awareness, and social development programs to aid in enriching the academic journey for all Social Work Students, and Staff within the College.
Our online (and ever growing) resources are made available to Flinders University students past, present, and future, with the aim to serve up a range of helpful solutions, study guides and industry related information to assist students in their studies, and beyond.
We are bound by the three core principles as set out by the Australian Association of Social Workers (www.aasw.asn.au);
Respect for Persons,
Social Justice, and
Statement of Acknowledgement
We recognise that Flinders University Social Workers Association (FUSWA) operates on the traditional lands and waters of Kaurna Peoples and we pay respects to Elders past, present, and emerging. We acknowledge their sovereignty and continued responsibility to care for country.
We respect the importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledges, languages, and spirituality and their relationship with country.
Flinders University Social Workers Association (FUSWA) Commitment
We are committed to truth-telling about the history of social work education and practice in this State and working in partnership with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and communities to achieve a shared vision for reconciliation.