Next week I’ll be presenting at a special seminar hosted by the University of Wollongong’s Social Innovation Network (SInet):

The Social Innovation Network (SInet) brings together researchers from many discipline to investigate the development of new concepts, strategies and tools that empower individuals, communities, profit and non-profit organisations and the government to improve quality of life where quality of life means material standard of living as well as personal well-being in terms of health and environment and social harmony.

In this seminar I’ll be presenting along side Cheryl Kernot (UNSW’s Centre for Social Impact) and Helen Hasan (University of Wollongong). The Centre for Social Impact were sponsors of Australia’s first Social Innovation Camp earlier in the year and Helen Hasan was also the project leader of one of the finalists at that camp, so I’ll be in good company!
The theme for this seminar is social innovation driving social change, with an emphasis on health care.
For more information, please download the event details (PDF).

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