Beyond welfare and after conditionality? Rethinking social security under neoliberalism

Date 12:00 PM 13 October 2016 - 13:00 PM 13 October 2016
Location Father Tucker's Room, Brotherhood head office, 67 Brunswick St, Fitzroy

Presenter: Dr Elise Klein

Dr Elise Klein is a Lecturer of Development Studies in the School of Social and Political Sciences.

Elise examines the use of psy-expertise in development interventions and is the author of ‘Developing Minds: Psychology, Neoliberalism and Power’ (Routledge, 2016). Elise also held a Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Centre for Aboriginal Policy Research at the Australian National University examining conditionality in Indigenous policy

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