Ten years of reform of the for-purpose sector: Where have we come from and where are we going?

In 2010 the Productivity Commission released a landmark report on the state of the not-for-profit sector. In this impact2021 webinar we’ll examine where we are, ten years on from the report, and discuss what the sector can do now – irrespective of government – to secure its future.

Our panellists will also debate two recent Centre for Social Impact (CSI) research programs about the for-purpose sector:

A review undertaken by CSI in December 2020 of all inquiries, reviews and high-profile investigations into reforms needed in and for the for-purpose sector, since the landmark 2010 inquiry.

CSI’s Pulse of the For Purpose Sector Report, which provides insights into the current financial position of the sector, its pressures and the impacts of the most recent reforms, such as changes to JobKeeper.

Presenters and panellists:


Please note:
 This webinar will commence at 12:45pm (AEDT) and registrations will close an hour before.

Live transcribing will be available and the webinar will be recorded. Please register to receive the first release of the recording.

impact2021 is presented by the Centre for Social Impact.

About impact2021

These are unprecedented times and the upheaval to our society requires an extraordinary response from our leaders, our thinkers and our do-ers.

The Centre for Social Impact’s webinar series in 2020 and 2021 have offered more than 50 free webinars for the Australian for-purpose sector, with our innovative researchers, educators, thought leaders and partners.

We have covered the breadth and complexity of social impact and brought our diverse sector together to join, learn and affect change.

We invite you to join us in 2021. Sign up for more info as we progressively announce our program and presenters.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri people and other peoples of the Kulin nation as the traditional owners of the land on which our work in the community takes place. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present.

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