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How can philanthropy support economic recovery and participation?

Location: Australia (Online) Event Dates:   10 August 2021

Event Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (AEST) Organisation: Philanthropy Australia Contact Name: Lynne Umbers Contact Phone: 03 9662 9299 Contact Email: lumbers@philanthropy.org.au Cost: Free - $55 Posted: 25 May 2021

How can philanthropy support economic recovery and participation?

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As we haltingly move towards a post-pandemic world and the economic props fall away, the true impact on employment and our economy will emerge.

Jobs creation and economic participation is a key policy driver that will remain a priority for our country as we continue to navigate through the pandemic. We seek to create a more equal society with opportunity for all, but there are still people that fall between the cracks.

As philanthropy continues to tackle these issues, there needs to be understanding of the economic environment we operate in, as well as the people our systems fail to catch. Who are they and why do they fall through the cracks? Join us as we examine the state of play and share and explore new approaches being taken to support economic recovery and participation across our country.

Creating better job outcomes and supporting skills development for people experiencing vulnerability, is shifting the dial on this complex issue. It is a lens that can be applied across many funding areas.

Moderator
Ben Rodgers – Executive Officer, Inner North Community Foundation

Presenters
Dr Angela Jackson – Lead Economist, Equity Economics
Luke Terry – CEO, White Box Enterprises
Stacey Thomas – CEO, Wyatt Trust
 

This webinar is part of Philanthropy Australia’s six-part 2021 Webinar Series and is open to Philanthropy Australia members and general admission.

Event Category: Education | Innovation | Philanthropy | Policy / Government | Wellbeing

Event Type: Webinar

Enquiries: Contact Phone 03 9662 9299


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