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Public Policy for Community Organisations

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Date: 12 March 2015 at 03:00 am Presenters Name: Amanda Cornwall. Run Time: 60 Location: Online Materials Price: $40 (in AUD)

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The policy making process is an exciting world of ideas in which the input of community organisations is important and can be very powerful. But having great ideas isn’t everything. 

Pro Bono Australia is pleased to offer insight from Amanda Cornwall, providing NFP policy professionals with enhanced knowledge and skills to develop public policy that has an impact. It will cover:

  •        the role of NFPs in contributing to public policy
  •        how the points of influence are changing
  •        elements of a successful policy brief 
  •        how to cut through and be heard 

At the end of the webinar you will be better equipped to influence decision makers at different stages of the policy process, prepare policy briefs that stand out and choose the strategies and forums for communicating your policy.

Who Should Attend?

This is a must attend session for leaders of organisations wanting to influence public policy.  This webinar is designed for these leaders as well as those working in the NFP sector who research, develop and implement public policies.

Can’t make the date?

If you pay and register for any of our Executive Webinars, you will also receive the slide pack and full video recording. So if your schedule is tight, you can watch it in your own time. 

This Executive Webinar is proudly presented by RedBack Conferencing.

Redback Conferencing is an Australian Conferencing Service Provider that dramatically improves the way organisations meet, present and collaborate at a distance. They deploy the latest Webinar, Webcasting, Teleconferencing, Web Conferencing and Video Conferencing technologies to thousands of Australian organisations all while delivering an unmatched level of support, ease of use and peace of mind. (www.redbackconferencing.com.au | www.webinars.com.au).


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Amanda Cornwall.

Amanda Cornwall.

Amanda Cornwall, Principal at Amanda Cornwall and Associates, is an expert in environment, climate change, health care and social policy. She brings sophisticated understanding of public policy as a lawyer who’s held senior management roles for the NSW and Victorian governments, and led cutting edge policy programs at policy think tanks. She’s a Churchill Fellow who’s worked for NGOs in Indonesia and South Africa.

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