What does place-based collective impact look like on the ground and what are communities doing to engage citizens in improving outcomes for our children?
A group of rural Victorian parents have received a national award at Government House, Canberra, by initiating a collective impact response to reducing isolation for local families.
Is Opportunity Child the butterfly for thriving children in our communities? Sharon Fraser, Backbone Leader at Go Goldfields in Victoria, poses the question in this guest blog post
Adaptive, agile, a shared responsibility for reaching a common goal…these requirements of successful collaboration were crucial to a recent joint submission to the Productivity Commission…
Sharon Fraser from Go Goldfields (GG) gives a snapshot of how GG is working to create and deliver locally relevant responses to social issues