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The Connecting Up Evolve Webinar Series – 4-10 November 2020

Five days, six events, eight speakers and presenters focused on marketing, fundraising, IT tools and innovation - all for just $50. The Connecting Up Evolve Webinar series has been designed to help your organisation upskill in response to the challenges of the COVID and post-COVID era.

Data security for not-for-profits

Gain an understanding of the personal information lifecycle as we walk you through collection of data, through to use and disclosure, storage, complaints and the data breach notification laws, with plenty of practical privacy tips along the way.

Summer Foundation Annual Public Forum

People with disability have more choice about where they live than ever before.
With the NDIS, many have successfully navigated the journey to Specialist Disability Accommodation (SDA) and are living happier, more independent lives.

However, there are many more that are not aware that SDA is an option. Others have experienced difficulties along their journey to SDA. There can be many barriers between a person hearing about and understanding the opportunity and being able to move into housing of their choice.

Join us at our Summer Foundation Annual Public Forum on Thursday 12 November as we discuss finding our way home – navigating the journey to SDA.

SACOSS Working to Make Ends Meet Conference

SACOSS' annual energy, water and telco conference will be a virtually delivered event on the 24th of November 2020. This year's conference theme - "Working To Make Ends Meet" - draws on foundational research conducted by SACOSS on "Waged Poor Households" – households who are mainly receiving income from salaries and wages, but are nevertheless living below the poverty line.

The COVID-19 pandemic has only magnified the challenges faced by waged poor households, with a sudden reduction of hours and loss of income, leaving many struggling to navigate and access support services. With increased underemployment likely to push a new cohort of households into waged poverty, it is ever more important that governments, the community services sector, and businesses working in the essential services understand and respond to the unique challenges faced by waged poor households.

We have created a program designed to investigate the key drivers of waged poverty, open discussions on how to address these and share in planning a more equitable future for all. Join us for what promises to be a thought provoking and engaging day.

Social media and the law for not-for-profits

Make sure you understand the key legal risks you face when you publish content on social media. We'll cover privacy, confidentiality, intellectual property and defamation in the context of social media.

Re-engage, re-invigorate and re-imagine: The future of volunteering


Join this 60-minute webinar as we talk to sector leaders about what's next for volunteering, and how your organisation can move your volunteering forward in a "COVID-normal" world. It’s no secret that many organisations in the...


Fiona Wain Oration 2020

This year's Oration looks at the issue of Australia's place in the global sustainable development agenda - Can Australia's Future Development be Sustainable ? To give a unique perspective on this question the Oration Committee reached out to a number of leading Australians working overseas.

The Oration will be held Online and presented Free of Charge.

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