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Sector trends: stories from the frontline

Location: Melbourne (Wheeler Centre, Performance Space, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne) Event Dates:   27 February 2017

Event Time: 12pm - 1:30pm (AEST) Organisation: Social Ventures Australia (SVA) Link: Cost: Free Posted: 15 February 2017

Sector trends: stories from the frontline


Social Ventures Australia’s first SVA Quarterly event of 2017, in partnership with Pro Bono Australia, where sector leaders will reflect on current trends and how their organisations are responding to them.

With seismic shifts in the sector affecting a wide range of organisations, please join us on 27 February in the Wheeler Centre in Melbourne to hear the varied perspectives of CEOs from both the service delivery and funding spheres, including:

  • Emma King, Victorian Council of Social Service
  • Andrew Bruun, Youth Support + Advocacy Service
  • Sarah Davies, Philanthropy Australia
  • David Crosbie, Community Council for Australia
  • Lina Caneva, Editor, Pro Bono Australia

Panel host James Kirby (Wealth Editor, The Australian) will be challenging these leaders on how they and the organisations they represent are working to mitigate or benefit from the impact of current trends. Up for discussion are topics ranging from market deregulation, procuring for outcomes and new finance vehicles, to the growth of evidence-based practice and place-based service design. Guests will also have the opportunity to ask questions directly to the panel.

The event details are:

Monday, 27 February 2017
Wheeler Centre, Performance Space, 176 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
12pm – 1.30pm


The panel discussion and Q&A will be followed by a light lunch.

This event is presented by SVA Quarterly, the leading management publication for the social sector.

You may also be interested in reading part 1 of Sector trends: stories from the frontline from SVA Quarterly. Part 2 will be published on 23 February.


Event Category: Communities | General | Other


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