Friday, 29 September 2017 09:02

Events: sustainability, health, migration and governance

Council officers work shopping at regional forum. Council officers work shopping at regional forum.

From new governance to emerging energy markets, learn more about the society we live in with these free events.


WSROC, SCCG and UNSW: Engaging communities and facilitating change

Engaging communities and facilitating change, will explore the latest research on sustainable design, energy efficiency, community engagement and transitioning to a low carbon economy.


Western Sydney University: Employability and the future of work: embracing Western Sydney – 24 October, 2017

The precise shape of future labour markets is complex and contested, allowing for a broader consensus around themes of flexibility and fluidity and the imprint of the digital economy.  Within this landscape, what are the key technical drivers of labour market change and what skills will the future worker require? 


South Western Sydney Wellbeing Collaboration: From surviving to thriving: refugee journeys – 4 October, 2107

The inaugural South Western Sydney Wellbeing Collaboration Symposium focuses on the wellbeing of people from refugee backgrounds and asylum seekers in South Western Sydney.


Western Sydney Local Health District: WSLHD Annual Public Meeting – 24 October, 2017

It is with great pleasure that we invite you to attend the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD) Annual Public Meeting (APM). This event is an opportunity for us to highlight the many achievements of 2017 and to share our vision and future direction for the year ahead.


University of Sydney: Sydney Ideas: Demarchy for better public policy – 23 October, 2017

A Sydney Ideas forum co-presented with the Graduate School of Government, Sydney University Press and The newDemocracy Foundation

Democracy depends on sound public opinion about the major issues of the day. Today these issues are of unprecedented complexity and difficulty, requiring serious deliberation and decision making, and the need to move beyond the factional struggles and attempts to win over key parcels of votes we see dominating politics today.



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