Impact2020 wraps up

Centre for Social Impact


– an online webinar series for the Australian for-purpose sector – has now wrapped up!

Over six weeks during April, May and June 2020 nearly 5,000 people attended the Centre for Social Impact (CSI)’s 35 daily webinars covering a range of social impact topics and presented by 70+ innovative researchers, educators and thought leaders.

The recordings of each webinar are progressively being released and are available on CSI’s YouTube channel.

impact2020 program

  • Webinar One (23 April): Avoiding getting stuck in crisis mode and reimagining the future, Professor Kristy Muir
  • Webinar Two (24 April): Australian Social Progress Index, Dr Megan Weir & Isabella Saunders
  • Webinar Three (27 April): Digital inclusion – Current challenges and future implications, Professor Jo Barraket & Dr Chris Wilson
  • Webinar Four (28 April): Philanthropy in the context of COVID-19, Krystian Seibert Sarah Davies, Lisa George & Maree Sidey
  • Webinar Five (29 April): Homelessness was always solvable – With crisis comes opportunity, Professor Paul Flatau & Chris Hartley
  • Webinar Six (30 April): Social innovation – Responding to the COVID-19 crisis and its longer term impacts, Doug Taylor & Melanie Rayment
  • Webinar Seven (1 May): Activating social connectedness – What, why and how during COVID-19, Professor Jane Farmer & Ebony Gaylor
  • Webinar Nine: (5 May): The NDIS – Where are we and what are the challenges? Associate Professor Gemma Carey
  • Webinar Ten (6 May): Citizen science for social impact, Dr Cobi Calyx, Associate Professor Alice Motion, Dr Maxine Newlands & Casey Gibson
  • Webinar Eleven (7 May): In conversation with Michael Traill AM, with Doug Taylor
  • Webinar Twelve (8 May): Introduction to outcomes measurement, Professor Paul Flatau
  • Webinar Thirteen (11 May): Starting young – Social impact leadership at school, Dr Ali Walker & Daniel Pozarik
  • Webinar Fourteen (12 May): Social enterprise and an inclusive economy – Within and beyond COVID-19, Professor Jo Barraket
  • Webinar Fifteen (13 May): Revealing the social impact investment icebergs, Dr Mike Moran & Libby Ward
  • Webinar Sixteen (14 May): Understanding and diagnosing collaboration issues, Dr Jack Noone
  • Webinar Seventeen (15 May): In conversation with Tom Dawkins, with Rhonda Yanitsas
  • Webinar Eighteen (18 May): Impact investment 101, Michael Katz Adam McCurdie
  • Webinar Nineteen (19 May): Home learning during COVID-19 – Another mechanism that perpetuates education inequity? Dr Meera Varadharajan, Dr Don Carter, Amanda Pratt & Leigh Toscan
  • Webinar 20-A (20 May): Social impact 101, Dr Ali Walker & Joe Kwon
  • Webinar 20-B (20 May): Accelerating collective social impact using Data Cooperatives, Professor Jane Farmer & Associate Professor Amir Aryani
  • Webinar Twenty One (21 May): Building back better – How can we ensure our charities’ survival, contribution, and role as we weather COVID-19, Professor Kristy Muir & David Crosbie
  • Webinar Twenty Two (22 May): The emotional face of firefighting: The case of the Black Saturday bushfires, Dr Graham Dwyer
  • Webinar Twenty Three (25 May): International social impact through Work Integrated Learning, Sandeep Kirpalani, Janel Tumpalan & Zachary Sharah
  • Webinar Twenty Four (25 May): Youth unemployment and relational support, Dr Marianna Atkins, Lisette Kaleveld & Paul Abbott
  • Webinar Twenty Five 2 (26 May): Financial intelligence – Strategic accounting for social enterprise, Kate Saporta
  • Webinar Twenty Six (27 May): Social enterprise facing a crisis head-on, Kate Saporta & Loretta Bolotin
  • Webinar Twenty Seven (28 May): Governance for Social Impact taster, Professor Kristy Muir & Adjunct Associate Professor Shamal Dass
  • Webinar Twenty Eight (28 May): Gender-based inequality during and post crisis – The gendered effect of COVID-19, Dr Ioana Ramia, Scientia Professor Louise Chappell, Professor Rae Cooper, Professor Abigail Powell & Professor Siobhan Austen
  • Webinar Thirty (1 June): The journey of Kua, Darcy Small & Brody Smith
  • Webinar Thirty One (1 June): Left without protection – Temporary visas and COVID-19, Chris Hartley, Monique Dam, Carolina Gottardo & Charmaine Crowe
  • Webinar Thirty Two (2 June): Social impact assessment during times of crisis, Dr Ioana Ramia, Dr Ariella Meltzer & Brendan Bourke (Your Town)
  • Webinar Thirty Three (3 June): Social cohesion – Creating connections in place, Professor Robin Eversole & Dr Kiros Hiruy
  • Webinar Thirty Four (4 June): Measuring the outcomes of consumers of community services, Professor Erin Wilson
  • Webinar Thirty Five (5 June): The future of education – In conversation with David Gonski AC, Professor Peter Shergold AC and Professor Kristy Muir

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