Events

QLD Funders Network Meeting November

Where: Online

When: Thu 19th Nov 2020, 10:30 – 11:30 (1 hour)

Presented by: Philanthropy Australia

In our final QLD Funders meeting for 2020, we’ll discuss how the trauma of this year’s events has impacted marginalised sections of the community.

Although Queensland has returned to some semblance of normality more quickly than most of the other states, COVID-19 has still brought many inequities and injustices to the surface. Our speakers will provide the group with insights into how this has all played out for those on the margins and how we can perhaps use this disruption to promote long term change.

Philanthropy Australia’s Policy and Research Director, Sarah Wickham will also report on recent changes to electoral laws in Queensland relating to both philanthropic funding and charitable advocacy work.

Our Speakers

Karyn Walsh
Karyn is the CEO of Micah Projects, a not-for-profit providing services across the Brisbane Metropolitan Area to over 6,000 people experiencing poverty, domestic and family violence, social isolation and many experiences of adversity and trauma impacting on their health, wellbeing and community participation. Karyn has worked in the community services sector for over 40 years in direct service delivery, management, governance, collective and collaborative work. She has contributed to national, state and local boards. Karyn is dedicated to breaking down silos and creating systemic change to support individuals, families and communities.

Margaret Steinburg
Dr Margaret Steinberg AM is a former Commissioner of the Criminal Justice (CJC) and Crime and Misconduct (CMC) Commissions and as Police Services Review Commissioner in Queensland, Margaret chaired the Audit Committees and Governance areas of both and took a strategic role in research and prevention activities. Margaret holds a PhD in Health and Education and has undertaken innovative work in complex contemporary matters including decision-making integrity, disability, HIV, telecommunications and population ageing at international and national levels, as a clinician, academic, public servant and community advocate.

PLEASE NOTE: This meeting will take place at 10.30am-11.30am QLD time (11.30am-12.30pm Sydney time)

 

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