Explore and engage with your local precinct for social purpose at the second Community Open Day at Yirranma Place. Join us between 10am-1pm for a free family-friendly event that will delight all ages. Come for the free Gelato Messina and stay for the moderated conversations with the YP community, a social enterprise Christmas market, a dedicated kids activity zone (with face painting, reptile show, weaving circle, and more), and a choir performance accompanied by the heritage organ.Book now
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Explore the latest PRF and partner events that bring communities together to engage in meaningful conversation, debate key issues and examine solutions.
Join Infoxchange for an in-depth look at digital technology in the NFP sector at the launch of their 2023 report, based on surveys with more than 1,000 NFP organisations across Australia and New Zealand. The event will explore the report findings, including some alarming trends and inspiring insights across topics such as cyber security, data-driven impact, digital transformation strategy, emerging technologies, and marketing.Book now
Join guests from across the country to acknowledge, congratulate and share the work of individuals and organisations who are promoting and protecting human rights in Australia at the Australian Human Rights Awards. Commonwealth Attorney-General the Hon Mark Dreyfus KC MP will deliver this year’s Human Rights Day Oration and will join Awards finalists and up to 600 guests to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the landmark document setting out the rights and responsibilities for all people, everywhere, every day. Nas Campanella will return to MC the event, which will also feature musical performances from award-winning First Nations singer Kee’Ahn.Book now
From 15-16 March 2024, The Elsie Conference will bring together refuge workers, advocates, and policy makers to commemorate 50 years since the establishment of Australia’s first modern women’s refuge, Elsie. The conference will be an opportunity to celebrate 50 years of the women’s refuge movement and to discuss the current challenges in the domestic violence sector.Book now