The 2016 International Social Marketing Conference (ISMC), to be held at the University of Wollongong on 26 and 27 September will bring together Australia’s brightest minds in social impact and behaviour change.
Marketing soft drinks and smartphones is easy when compared to marketing healthy behaviours.
Coming together to address Australia’s most pressing social issues, the conference will combine the expertise of practitioners and academics across public health, environmental issues, Not for Profits, behaviour economics, government and PR / marketing agencies working to create social change.
An organisation must live with the results of its strategic planning for years to come so what can be done to ensure it doesn’t fall short, writes Tam Johnston from Variety NSW who will be a guest speaker at an upcoming strategic leadership conference in Melbourne in October.
Sponsored: Akolade’s second Breaking the Cycle of Domestic and Family Violence conference will take place from 27 to 29 September 2016 at Crowne Plaza in Melbourne.
The theme of the conference is building frontline capacity to meet growing scalability demands.
Leading up to what would have been her son’s 14th birthday, Australian of the year 2015 and domestic violence campaigner Rosie Batty urged the Australian Government to revise the family law system to protect children from domestic and family violence.