Building Partnerships Between Government & Not for Profits Conference
7 February 2012 at 10:50 am
As governments increasingly look to Not for Profits for service delivery, and as attention turns to place-based local solutions, building partnerships between NFPs and government has become a top priority and a hot topics at an upcoming Canberra Conference.
The 2nd Annual Building Partnerships between Government & Not-for-Profits Conference will explore what is being done and what can be done to build genuine partnerships; both at the top levels and on the ground.
It will explore the progress around Not for Profit Sector Reform, how strong partnerships can be forged and new ways of working together. It will also explore corporate partnerships and how they can be maximised.
2nd Annual Building Partnerships between Government & Not-for-Profits Conference
Achieving collective impact
5th & 6th June 2012, Hotel Realm, Canberra
Exclusive 10% discount off the standard rate for Pro Bono Australia subscribers!
The Conference will featuring expert analysis from:
- Linda Lavarch, Chair, Not-for-Profit Sector Reform Council
- Maree Walk, Chief Executive Officer, Community Services, NSW
- Paul Ronalds, First Assistant Secretary, Office of Work & Family, Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet
- Michael Triall AM, Chief Executive, Social Ventures Australia
- Commissioner James Condon, Territorial Commander Australian Eastern Territory, The Salvation Army
- Susan Pascoe, Interim Commissioner, Australian Charities & Not-for-Profit Sector Commission
For the full speaker line-up and conference agenda visit: governmentnfp.com/agenda/
Pro Bono Australia and Criterion Conferences are pleased to offer Pro Bono Australia subscribers an exclusive 10% discount off the standard registration fee.
For more information or to register contact Criterion Conferences on 1300 316 882 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t forget to quote your discount code CC*PROB when registering to receive your 10% discount.
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