Innovation through partnerships

Carolyn Curtis, CEO if the Australian Centre for Social Innovation (TACSI), delivers a keynote address at the 2016 National NILS Conference on Innovation through partnerships.

Carolyn was co-lead on the project that created the family peer support program Family by Family; winner of a NAPCAN award for innovation in child protection. Carolyn is a strong advocate for the need to focus social innovation efforts in the areas where it is a necessity – to change outcomes for families, older people, people with disabilities, and Indigenous Australians and to transform the government service system.

The 2016 National NILS Conference, held at Adelaide Oval over the 7th and 8th of June, was attended by 300 delegates working in the area of inclusive finance, including representatives from the not-for-profit, business and government sectors.

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