Conferences - September 2017

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Belonging Matters Conference Melbourne

Date: 16 2017
Details:

Belonging Matters Conference Melbourne

Date: 16th and 17th August 2017 
Venue: St Kilda Town Hall Melbourne 99A Carlisle Street  St Kilda, VIC 3182

Speakers include:

Mariam Issa:  Mariam will share her stories about holistic integration, social justice, women issues and strengthening communities.

Michael Callahan:  Michael was worked in Job Coaching for adults and youth with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Brodie McElroy:  is currently a full time music student at TAFE . He is also a contributor to the 19 Stories of Inclusion project.

For tickets: 
Full Standard Cost: $520 
Concession Cost: $270 
Early Bird - Reduced Cost tickets available untill 24th July 2017.  See registration link below 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Belonging Matters Conference Melbourne

Date: 17 2017
Details:

Belonging Matters Conference Melbourne

Date: 16th and 17th August 2017 
Venue: St Kilda Town Hall Melbourne 99A Carlisle Street  St Kilda, VIC 3182

Speakers include:

Mariam Issa:  Mariam will share her stories about holistic integration, social justice, women issues and strengthening communities.

Michael Callahan:  Michael was worked in Job Coaching for adults and youth with significant intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Brodie McElroy:  is currently a full time music student at TAFE . He is also a contributor to the 19 Stories of Inclusion project.

For tickets: 
Full Standard Cost: $520 
Concession Cost: $270 
Early Bird - Reduced Cost tickets available untill 24th July 2017.  See registration link below 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Investing in communities: NCOSS regional conferences (Wagga Wagga)

Date: 22 2017
Details:
22 August 2017 
Location: 188 Fernleigh Road
Rules Club Wagga Wagga
Wagga Wagga NSW  

NCOSS regional conferences bring together members and stakeholders from across the social sector, running consultations, panel discussions, capacity building sessions and, as usual, there will be plenty of networking opportunities!

The morning's consultation sessions will cover the following policy areas:

  • Housing
  • Gender Equality and Domestic Violence
  • Justice
  • Children, Young People and Families
  • Disability
  • Health

We will be running concurrent workshop opportunities in the afternoon to allow conference attendees to engage in the stream that is most relevant to their work. Opportunities include:

  • Department of Finance, Services and Innovation: Demystifying procurement and engaging with the Social Innovation Council
  • Law Reform Commission: Review of Guardianship Law in NSW
  • I4G Pitch: Getting you pitch ready
  • NCOSS: Building Power - Advocacy that achieves change
  • fams: Outcomes Is Old Hat – Been There Done That
  • icare: A conversation with icare. Innovation, health and wellbeing.
  • Consultation: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community led solutions

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