- Webinar Thirty One: Left without protection - Temporary visas and COVID-19
- Webinar Thirty: Darcy Small & Brody Smith
- Webinar Thirty Two: Social impact assessment during times of crisis
- Webinar Thirty Three: Professor Robyn Eversole & Dr Kiros Hiruy
- Webinar Thirty Four: Professor Erin Wilson
- Webinar Thirty Five: In conversation with David Gonski, Peter Shergold & Kristy Muir
Join us for this impact2020 webinar where panel members will explore the situations of those on temporary visas (including women and children experiencing DFV, refugees, asylum seekers and international students) during COVID-19. They'll also reflect on what measures governments need to introduce to protect this vulnerable group.
In this impact2020 webinar meet Darcy Small and Brody Smith, Co-Founders of Kua - a social enterprise that does world-positive coffee for workplaces. Hear about Darcy and Brody's journey and how they came to be tutors for one of CSI's social impact courses.
The experiences of recent months have highlighted the importance of social connection and interaction for human well-being. Yet even under normal circumstances, people often struggle to connect. Join us for this impact2020 webinar, where CSI's Professor Robyn Eversole and Dr Kiros Hiruy will showcase their work exploring social cohesion in local contexts.
Join us for this impact2020 webinar where CSI's Professor Erin Wilson will outline the main steps in developing an outcomes measurement framework to measure consumer outcomes in community services, with a focus on the practical development of a consumer outcomes measurement framework for Uniting (Victoria and Tasmania) which has drawn on research literature, validated instruments, and policy to build an ‘outcomes tree’.
David Gonski AC and Professor Peter Shergold AC are names synonymous with social impact and education. And we’re lucky to have them both in the virtual room with CSI's CEO Professor Kristy Muir in our final impact2020 webinar, The future of education.