November 20, 2020

impact2020: Series two

Over six weeks during April, May and June 2020 more than 5,000 people attended one or more of CSI's hour-long impact2020 webinars, which covered a range of social impact topics and were presented by 70+ innovative researchers, educators and thought leaders within the CSI network. See below for the first series' program.

The recordings of all 35 webinars from impact2020: Series one are now available on CSI's YouTube channel.

impact2020: Series two

As our first impact2020 webinar series was so successful we continued with monthly impact2020 webinars from June 2020, in partnership with CSI's network.

> Watch webinar recordings from impact2020: Series two
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impact2020 program: Series two

  • Webinar Seven (17 December) - REGISTER NOW: Study options with the Centre for Social Impact, Dr Mike Moran (CSI), Mark Harwood (ygap), Bryony Parker (Uniting WA) + other panellists to be confirmed
  • Webinar Six (11 November): The role of technology for not-for-profits, in the context of COVID-19, David Spriggs (Infoxchange), Dr Catherine Brown (LMCF) and Mark Rayner (Wombat Housing) + moderated by Dr Chris Wilson (CSI Swinburne)
  • Webinar Five+ (12-16 October): Mapping Government responses to COVID-19 using the Social Progress Index, Dr Megan Weier (CSI) and Isabella Saunders (CSI)
  • Webinar Four (9 September): Understanding and designing Indigenous financial services, during and post-pandemics, Phil Usher (First Nations Foundation), Lynda Edwards (Financial Counselling Australia), Eveanne Liddle (NAB) and Dr Megan Weier (CSI)
  • Webinar Three (3 August): Learning from Sacred Heart Mission's Journey to Social Inclusion Program, Cathy Humphrey (SHM), Professor Paul Flatau (CSI), Associate Professor Monica Thielking (Swinburne) and Fred (a former Journey to Social Inclusion participant)
  • Webinar Two (16 July): Social connection: A community of practice, Professor Jane Farmer (CSI/SIRI), Ebony Gaylor (Decade of Action), Associate Professor Anthony McCosker (CSI/SIRI) and Jasmine Knox (CSI/SIRI)
  • Webinar One (26 June): Will Australian charities be COVID-19 casualties or partners in recovery? Professor Kristy Muir (CSI), Suzie Riddell (SVA) and Dr Cassandra Goldie (ACOSS)

impact2020 program: Series one


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