A new report into place-based approaches has been released by our impact partners the Centre for Community Child Health (CCCH).
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?
For a collective impact initiative starting out, what steps do they take to get traction on a complex ‘messy’ problem? Darwin based Sanderson Alliance describe how they started off, what they learned and what lies ahead.
How do collective impact practitioners connect nationally with like minded change makers?
By taking part in a national community of practice which Opportunity Child facilitates for members of our Collective… read more in this Learning update
This Anti-poverty Week, Opportunity Child commends the Australian Council of Social Services (ACOSS) for its strong advocacy for the one in six Australian children – 731,000 children under 15 – living below the poverty line.
In early October over 330 people streamed into the Logan Entertainment Centre, making the Logan Get Together the largest gathering held as part of the Logan Together movement to date.