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NSW Post-Budget Breakfast 2019-2020

Following the release of the 2019-20 NSW Budget, come along to the NCOSS NSW Post-Budget Breakfast for the opportunity to hear from government and NGO leaders about the impact of the NSW Budget on the social sector.

Date:
27 June 2019 - 7:15am27 June 2019 - 10:00am
Location:
NSW Parliament House
6 Macquarie Street
Strangers Room
Sydney
New South Wales
2000
Australia
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Following the release of the 2019-20 NSW Budget, come along to the NCOSS NSW Post-Budget Breakfast for the opportunity to hear from government and NGO leaders about the impact of the NSW Budget on the social sector.

This is an opportunity to join NCOSS, our event partner KPMG and respected Sydney Morning Herald senior journalist and columnist, Jacqueline Maley, who will be the event moderator. 

Our program will start at 7:15am at Parliament House, Strangers' Dining Room and includes the following speakers and panelists:

- Minister for Families, Communities and Disability Services the Hon Gareth Ward MP, and Minister for Finance and Small Business the Hon Damien Tudehope MP on the 2019/20 NSW Budget and what it means for those who are most vulnerable and disadvantaged in our state.

- Shadow Treasurer Ryan Park MP on the Opposition's response to the Budget.

A panel of NGO leaders and other experts are providing their perspective, including:

- Boe Rambaldini, Director, Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney

- John Robertson, Chief Operating Officer, Foodbank NSW

- Moo Baulch, Chief Executive Officer, DVNSW

- David Boutkan, Executive Director, The Family Centre

- Kerry McGough, National Sector Leader, Health, Ageing and Human Services, KPMG

This is an invaluable opportunity for attendees to understand the NSW Government's priorities, including how the 2019/20 Budget will impact the community services sector and the people it supports. It is also an opportunity to connect with peers and other stakeholders with an interest in improving outcomes for those who are doing it tough.

We will open registrations at 7:15am in the Strangers' Room, NSW Parliament House for a 7:30am start. 

A canapé breakfast and refreshments will be provided.

 

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