Centre for Social Impact is running a free daily webinar series at the moment on a range of topics related to COVID19 and how it affects the way we work. The webinar topics are relevant to many working in the community sector in Logan – register here for webinars which interest you!
Hundreds of people have attended the first week of seminars, where discussions ranged from leadership in a crisis to the Australian Social Progress Index.
This week, daily webinars continue and are open to all:
• Webinar Four (Tues 28 April, 11.45am): Philanthropy in the context of COVID-19
• Webinar Five (Wed 29 April, 1pm): Homelessness was always solvable: With crisis comes opportunity
• Webinar Six (Thurs 30 April, 11am): Social innovation: Responding to the COVID-19 crisis and its longer term impacts
• Webinar Seven (Fri 1 May, 11am): Activating social connectedness: What, why and how during COVID-19
The following new webinars are coming up in the coming weeks:
Webinar Nine: Tuesday 5 May, 2:00pm AEST
In this impact2020 webinar, CSI’s Associate Professor Gemma Carey will talk about the structure of the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) and its implementation challenges. She’ll also answer all of the questions you’ve been wanting to ask about the NDIS.
Webinar Ten: Wednesday 6 May, 11:00am (AEST)
Researchers from CSI and leaders from the Australian Citizen Science Association will discuss how participatory science can empower impacted people and communities in disaster risk reduction, response and recovery. They’ll also discuss how citizen science can have a social impact and build capacity for community engagement and policy development.
Webinar Thirteen: Monday 11 May, 11:30am (AEST)
In 2019, Randwick Public School teacher Daniel Pozarik approached CSI to co-design an innovative program for the school – a social impact leadership program. The idea was to foster a new kind of leadership through teaching children how to implement positive change in their local community. Learn more about this program and how the pilot is progressing.