0 Просмотры
With the pandemic ripping at the social fabric of our city, what can we all do to lead change and set a course for the future we want?

The Sydney Policy Lab hosts this urgent online discussion to identify what we can each do to lead the change we want to see after the pandemic.

Speakers include the University of Sydney’s new Vice Chancellor, Mark Scott; the Sydney Policy Lab’s Director Marc Stears; renowned community organiser and Lab Research Lead Amanda Tattersall; CEO of the Paul Ramsay Foundation Glyn Davis; Acting CEO of the Muslim Women Australia Nemat Kharboutli; CEO of Health Justice Australia, Tessa Boyd-Caine; Chair of Australia’s Mental Health Think Tank, Maree Teesson; Chair of the Open Society Common Purpose Taskforce, Mark Rigotti; Community Organiser at Sydney Community Forum supporting the work at Oz International Student Hub, Chaitra Hareesh; Wiradjuri woman and Project Manager of Strategic Collaborations at the University of Sydney, Katie Moore; Community Organising Director at Australian Progress, Anita Tang; Lab Real Deal Project Manager, Elise Ganley; President of the Geelong Trades Hall Union, Anthony Anderson; and Director of Stronger Places, Stronger People initiative at the Department of Social Services, Tara Day-Williams. Welcome to Country by Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council Chair Yvonne Weldon.

This event also launched the Lab’s new Australian Civic Engagement Index, prepared by Essential Media, which examines how committed Australians are to each other right now, and Marc Stears’ new book, Out of the Ordinary: How Everyday Life Once Inspired a Nation and How It Can Again (Harvard University Press, 2021), which sets out a new agenda and a method for change.

More information:

Subscribe to our channel:
Connect with us:
Комментариев нет.