Collective Impact Symposium 2018

Apr 5, 2018

 

 

  “Outstanding” – “An overwhelming success”!!

The Collective Impact Symposium was held at the Adelaide Convention Centre on 20 Feb 2018.  With over 300 delegates attending.

The energy at this event had everyone “tingling” with excitement & anticipation… and the Program surely delivered.

Click here to view: Collective Impact Symposium 2018 Program


Symposium Video Highlights
KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Dr Michelle Lucas (Founder and Director CMM-Social Change)-Part 1
Dr Michelle Lucas (Founder and Director CMM-Social Change)-Part 2
Nigel Richardson (CBE, International Thought Leader)-Part 1
Nigel Richardson (CBE, International Thought Leader)-Part 2
Seri Renkin (Managing Director, ten20 Foundation)-Part 1
Seri Renkin (Managing Director, ten20 Foundation)-Part 2
Building the Right Environment to Support Community-Led Change for Australian Kids and Families
by Seri Renkin ten20 Foundation

 


PANEL 1 – WORKING TOGETHER DIFFERENTLY-Part 1 
PANEL 1 – WORKING TOGETHER DIFFERENTLY-Part 2
(Nigel Richardson-UK, Saleem Tariq-Leeds City Council, Estelle Macdonald-Hull Centre, Joanne Faulkner-Hull Centre)
PANEL 2 – COMMUNITIES TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES-Part 1 
PANEL 2 – COMMUNITIES TRANSFORMING COMMUNITIES-Part 2
(Belinda Uppill-TogNth, Rev. Colin Nieass-MMFC, Aunty Lynette Crocker-AIBS)
PANEL 3 – WHAT WILL IT TAKE…?-Part 1 
PANEL 3 – WHAT WILL IT TAKE…?-Part 2
(Nigel Richardson-UK, Helen Connolly, SA Commissioner for Children & Young People, Rick Persse-DECD, Dr Dianne Jackson-Opportunity Child)

BREAKOUT SESSIONS SNIPPETS

DELEGATES THOUGHTS ON THE IMPORTANCE OF COLLECTIVE IMPACT

Symposium Presentations

Keynote 1-Dr Michelle Lucas-Collective Impact in Australia: the past story, the future vision
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Breakout Session 1-Nigel Richardson-The UK Story 
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Breakout Session 2-Community Engagement and Mobilisation
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Breakout Session 5-Key Stakeholder Engagement and Relationships
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Comments…

“What if SA became recognised as a world leader in child welfare? What if SA became recognised as the best State in the country for safeguarding children? What if SA became recognised as the best State in the country for children to grow up in?
To have held an event where such aspirations were being openly discussed and debated is testament to the level of ambition SA has for its next generation – the real test now of course is, how effectively everyone involved can move from ‘Talk to Action‘?”   …Nigel Richardson (Keynote Speaker-CBE, International Thought Leader)

I just wanted to thank you for providing me the opportunity to both meet with Simon and then to engage with the participants at the Conference yesterday.   I felt the level of commitment, the energy and the genuine preparedness to lean into the challenging questions created such a promising and hope-filled environment.   I believe that Together SA has consolidated its role as a national leader in the space and I congratulate you all on taking this next step.  Both your courageous and expert core team and your committed and sensitive Board should be commended on a fantastic event, that has continued to strengthen the movement and therefore the possibilities of a new order for Australian society.  Thank you again.  I deeply valued the experience.”   …Dr Michelle Lucas (Keynote Speaker-Founder and Director CMM-Social Change)

Collective Impact Leaders – Symposium Recap

Together in the South
Together in the North
WAY
Data & Evaluation Workshop

 

Together SA would like to thank our wonderful Sponsors

We want to give a big shout out to all our Collective Impact Symposium Sponsors, session facilitators, speakers, panel members, expo stallholders, volunteers, attendees and our Together SA members. Without your support we couldn’t have done it, thanks for helping us turn this event into a HUGE success!

Sponsors: Department for #Education and #ChildDevelopmentRelationships Australia South AustraliaCommunity Business BureauAnglicare SAUniting CommunitiesBaptist Care SA, The Wyatt TrustKwik KopyEmerging Minds AustraliaCommunity Centres SA Inc.

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