C4D approaches in the Australian NGO sector and academia: Knowledge sharing & networking for improved practice

This exciting event brings together Australian academics and development practitioners interested in C4D to share their experiences, lessons learned and recommendations that can contribute to improved practice.

This interactive seminar aims to provide a forum to brainstorm ideas and raise questions related to C4D programme design with an experienced audience.  Presentations by C4D practitioners will be followed by a ‘C4D jam’.  This Q&A-style session will allow participants to ask specific questions relating to their research programmes/projects, with participants engaging in a facilitated group conversation around each question topic.

The seminar will provide a unique opportunity to gather knowledge and explore connections between practitioners and researchers working on C4D projects. This information will be used to create a network of individuals and organisations where knowledge is regularly exchanged.

When: 3rd June 2015, 2-6pm

Where: La Trobe University City Campus

Teaching Room 2, Level 20,

Westpac Building, 360 Collins Street

Melbourne VIC 3086

Please email Tait Brimacombe (T.Brimacombe@latrobe.edu.au) if you would like more details on this seminar.  This event is free for participants, but RSVP is essential.  If you would like to attend, please contact Dr Valentina Baú at v.bau@unsw.edu.au by 17 May.

If you would like to present your work at this event, please send an EOI to v.bau@unsw.edu.au by 17 May. Successful applicants will be notified via email by Friday 22 May.

If you would like to submit a question in advance, please email v.bau@unsw.edu.au by 17 May. 

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