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Policy and Advocacy Essential Briefing 2020

When:

Wed 18 Mar 2020, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: Ainslie Arts Centre, 30 Elouera St., Braddon, ACT

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird - available 1 January to 14 February 2020: $449.00
  • Early Bird Student - available 1 January to 14 February 2020: $224.50
  • General Ticket - available 15 February to 2 days before event: $499.00
  • General Ticket Student - available 15 February to 2 days before event: $249.50
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: connieqhr

Do you work in policy, advocacy or government relations in a not-for-profit organisation? Are you keen to learn about emerging issues in the sector, brush up on key skills and connect with like-minded people? Join us for our Essential Briefing event which focuses on relevant issues, skills development and up-to-date information for people working to create systemic change in the not-for-profit sector.

What will be explored?
This day long briefing will include presentations, panels tools, resources and opportunities to connect with other people working to create change.

2020 brings ongoing and unique challenges to people advocating for change in the not-for-profit sector. This Essential Briefing has been designed for people working in policy, advocacy, communications, government relations and management roles in a not-for-profit environment to provide timely information on key policy issues, the political climate and key resources.

The topics being covered include:

- Presentation and Q and A session on threats to not-for-profit advocacy and what these mean for our work.
- Panel and Q and A session on the current political environment.
- Tools and resources for policy investigation and advocacy.
- Presentations on key issues in a range of priority policy areas.
- Case studies of current advocacy, policy, messaging and campaigns.

Speakers include:

- Alice Drury, Senior Lawyer, Human Rights Law Centre
- Holly Hammond, Commons Library Director, The Commons Social Change Library
- Sally Rugg, Executive Director, Change.org
- Sinead Canning, Campaigner, Formerly NSW Pro-Choice Alliance

More speakers to be announced over coming weeks. Ticket prices include access to the event, barista made coffee, morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.