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UN & Australia Sustainable Partnerships Forum

On 20 and 21 April 2021, we will bring together governments of all levels, businesses, universities, start-ups, students and community organisations to hear from, and interact with, leading speakers from within the UN and from companies, universities and organisations which partner with the UN.

This will be the most significant event in Australia in 2021 to focus on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Now that it will be electronic, it has the scope to attract a national and international audience.

Philanthropy Australia National Conference 2021: Sessions

Join us next April and May as we come together online for the Philanthropy Australia National Conference 2021 to explore: what does the future need from us, now?

These are uncertain times. The world and our global society are changing dramatically and standing still is simply not an option. We don’t yet know what lies ahead, but we do know that the future is our judge. 

The question we, therefore, must ask, is: What does the future need from us, now? We must explore, interrogate and respond to the future - together.  

When: 21-22 April - Sessions | 5-6 May - Workshops

Drafting a Great Memorandum of Understanding (MOU)

This practical how-to guide for drafting an effective 'memorandum of understanding', or MOU will give you the confidence to draft your own MOU so you can be sure your agreement covers you and your collaborators.

Privacy & Data Laws for Not-for-profit Organisations

This webinar will help you navigate your organisation’s legal obligations, and will walk you through the personal information lifecycle: from collection, through to use and disclosure, storage, complaints and the data breach notification laws.

The Connecting Up Conference 2021

The Connecting Up Conference from May 5-7 at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre is an interactive event that aims to help Australian not-for-profits get the most out of technology, training and strategy. Its key objective is to help not-for-profits do what they do best, except even better.

First established in 2004, it is targeted at organisations who are interested in using technology and innovation to improve their impact and achieve better outcomes for the communities they serve.

​As technology and the digital landscape continue to evolve rapidly and the competition becomes stronger, not-for-profit organisations need to continue to innovate to keep up with the changes. This is where the Connecting Up Conference can help.

Philanthropy Australia National Conference 2021: Workshops

Join us next April and May as we come together online for the Philanthropy Australia National Conference 2021 to explore: what does the future need from us, now?

These are uncertain times. The world and our global society are changing dramatically and standing still is simply not an option. We don’t yet know what lies ahead, but we do know that the future is our judge. 

The question we, therefore, must ask, is: What does the future need from us, now? We must explore, interrogate and respond to the future - together.  

When: 21-22 April - Sessions | 5-6 May - Workshops

Where: online

Engaging with diverse communities

Online

Did you know that Australia is one of the most ethnically diverse countries in the world, with 26% of our population born overseas? We are now a nation of people from over 190 different countries...

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What the 2021 Budget means for the social sector

Online

Join us a few days after the tabling of the federal budget for a lively panel discussion on the impact and implications for the social sector. Pro Bono Australia editor Wendy Williams will facilitate an...

Communities in Control: The Conference. The Movement.

Grace Tame, Penny Wong, Uncle Jack Charles, Mitch Tambo, Jess Hill, Robert Fitzgerald, Helena Popovic are among 17 great speakers and performers here to inspire you to "Think Bigger: Fix Everything".

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