DO WE NEED A PARADIGM SHIFT IN THE SOCIAL SECTOR?
The UK-based charity think tank, New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) says yes!
NPC believes that instead of being focused on delivering solutions to social problems, the social sector, in aggregate, looks and behaves as if it is primarily focused on meeting the needs of its funders and its own organisations.
Social Impact Measurement Network Australia (SIMNA) WA Chapter, in association with the Centre for Social Impact at UWA and Alumni for Social Impact are pleased to present:
AN EVENING WITH TRIS LUMLEY … Director of Development at NPC.
A real-time big screen presentation from Tris Lumley in London that will challenge your thinking and provoke lively conversation about how effective the social sector as a whole really is, when it comes to positive social change.
6-8pm Tuesday 21 July 2015
Ernst and Young Lecture Theatre UWA Business School, Crawley.
Tris Lumley on the big screen with audience question time 6.15-7.15pm, followed by networking.
We are very pleased to have been able to organise this event – now we need your help to make sure the people who need to be there are there!
That means everyone you know in the WA Social Sector working in philanthropy, not-for-profits, charities and social enterprises.
We need your help to give everyone the opportunity to take part in this provocative and challenging conversation.
Please register yourself and your colleagues then send this info out as far and wide as possible!
Ali Sumner, Annette Hoskinson, Jonathan Smith, Kylie Hanson, Stephanie Shorter, Susie Jackson.
SIMNA WA Chapter Organising Committee.