If you work in a non-profit or businesses aimed at making your community a better place, the Australian Communities Forum on Thursday October 13 offers a wealth of wisdom and insight to help you do your work better.
The forum, hosted by McCrindle Research at Customs House in Circular Quay, Sydney, is an annual one-day event aimed at equipping community workers and culture-changers with the latest in demographics and social trends.
It’s a chance to gain insights into the best ways to engage and transform the community.
Speakers will bring case studies, research, and practical workshops as well as the 2016 Australian Communities Report.
Key speakers include Andy Gourley, the founder of the Red Frogs Australia Chaplaincy Network, Caitlin Barrett, the founding CEO of the Love Mercy Foundation, youth pastor and social media celebrity Josh Hawkins, as well as research and marketing experts from McCrindle.
The Australian Communities Forum is endorsed by Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore, who said she “appreciated the contribution that the forum will make to our goals for an inclusive and connected city”.
For more details, see the Australian Communities Forum website and the event program.