Conference: Think Outcomes 2014

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Event:
Conference: Think Outcomes 2014
Start:
November 20, 2014
End:
November 21, 2014
Organizer:
Centre for Social Impact
Phone:
02 8936 0904
m.malek@unsw.edu.au
Updated:
August 1, 2014
Venue:
Unnamed Venue
Address:
Dockside, Cockle Bay Wharf
Sydney, NSW Australia

About this event

Australia spends over $250bn annually on social purpose programs, interventions and policy. What we don’t know is whether it is making a difference.

We know how many beds are filled in aged care facilities. We know how many children live in jobless homes. We know how many people live with disabilities. But we don’t know if those children, families and communities are any happier or have a better quality of life as a result of the $250bn spent on them every year.

How you can know more?

The Centre for Social Impact (CSI), Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY) and the Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SIMNA) are proud to present Think Outcomes – a two-day conference focused on the measurement, analysis, evaluation and communication of social outcomes.

This event brings analysts, program directors and managers, academics, researchers, strategic leaders and operational managers from all tiers of Government, not-for-profit and philanthropic organisations, business and wider social economy together.

Should you have any registration questions or queries, please contact our Marketing & Events Assistant, Michael Malek at m.malek@unsw.edu.au or on 02 8936 0904.

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