A NSW free from poverty and inequality

NGO Research Forum-8 May 2019

This forum is for NGO Policy, Research, Advocacy and Community workers who are interested in building their research and evidence-informed capacity. You will hear from researchers in and beyond the sector about contemporary questions and issues.

A lively program of sessions on important topics have been presented within this forum; such as social enterprises in the NFP sector, the impact of new policy and legislation in the disability sector on community settings, and how indigenous communities and other stakeholders work together to engage in entrepreneurship.

Date:
8 May 2019 - 10:00am8 May 2019 - 11:30am
Location:
NCOSS
Level 3/ 52-58 William St
Wooloomooloo
New South Wales
2011
Australia
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Australia Social Pulse at the NGO Research Forum on 8 May 2019

This presentation shares the broad concept of Australia’s Social Pulse as well as interesting and up-to-date findings around employment and education sourced from the Australia’s Social Pulse report. 

Australia’s social purpose sector lacks a cohesive, consistent and reliable source that tracks our social progress. Without this, we cannot determine whether the sector is succeeding in its goal to improve social outcomes, nor can we evaluate whether our financial investments in social areas are achieving their aim of addressing complex social problems and strengthening society. 

Australia’s Social Pulse aims to respond to these gaps by providing rigorous measurement of the nation’s social progress.

Building on existing Australian social statistics, Australia’s Social Pulse measures changes over time in key social indicators across a range of domains.

It investigates associations between outcomes and community, and individual characteristics. It indicates how particular population groups fare relative to the average, to provide an in-depth understanding of the nation's social progress.

The NGO Research Forum is hosted by the Glebe CDP project (through the University of Sydney Social Policy Research Network) and proudly supported by NCOSS.

To register for this event, please contact Ally de Pree:   ngo-research.forum@sydney.edu.au  or 9571 6453.

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