This is a fabulous opportunity for the sector to come together to share our stories, relationships and drive meaningful conversations to collaborate with the one aim, a brighter future for all West Australians.
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Master of Ceremonies
Malcolm Dix is a Comedian, Conference MC, Speaker and Facilitator with over 20 years’ experience in presenting to diverse, wonderful and challenging audiences across Australia and overseas. He has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, toured with the Comedy Festival Road Show and appeared on Rove Live, Triple J and the ABC.
Interactive and improv-based, Playback engage with the stories of their audience, creating work which is concerned with how we understand both ourselves and the communities we are a part of. This will be an exciting opportunity to explore the richly symbiotic relationship that can exist between community services and the arts through storytelling, prompting new and imaginative ways to understand the work that we do.
Q & A Session: The Urge to Merge
This interactive session will involve a question and answer with an expert panel on whether or not to merge, partner, collaborate or go it alone. The panel members cover the spectrum of the community services sector, small, medium, large, regional and State Government. Be prepared to raise some questions and be part of this hot topic discussion.
Collaborating, Networking, Partnering – The Benefits and Impact
Facilitated by Jennifer Chaplyn
Through a series of facilitated conversations this session will explore the value and implications of greater collaboration and networking to support real change in communities. This is an opportunity to get involved in meaningful discussion and creative exploration to make real connections to work towards a brighter future for all Western Australians.
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