The Social Impact Festival is a unique event experience, completely designed for purpose with something for everyone.
Here are the details of our key events and activities for this year.
15 July 2019: Festival Opening & Toolkit Launch (online). Join us online for our global opening of Social Impact Festival 2019. We will also be launching our Social Impact Toolkits aimed to help you spark social impact in your own area
16 July 2019 (evening): Social Impact Measurement Network Australia (SIMNA) event, EY Lecture Theatre.
17-18 July 2019: Danjoo Koorliny Walking Together Towards 2029 and Beyond: Voice, Treaty, Truth Summit @ UWA Business School. The two-day summit is the feature event of this year’s festival, and will be shaped and led by Aboriginal Elders Dr Noel Nannup, Dr Richard Walley, Professor Colleen Hayward and Carol Innes in relation to the ‘Four Pillars of Respect’: Tolerance, Acceptance, Dialogue and Collaboration
20 July 2019: The Good Market @ UWA Winthrop Hall Undercroft. Ethical retail market with performances, speakers and kids activities
Social Impact Festival Toolkit: The toolkit is designed to help you spark social impact in your own community. It is for regions, local governments, organisations, community groups and networks to host their own social impact sparker events and festivals. The toolkit will include easy-to-use materials, as well as evaluation resources. Register your interest for a toolkit by clicking here.
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Want to see what happen in previous year’s? Check out the 2018 program above or you can look at the 2017 program here.