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2018 VCOSS Summit: Delivering a good life for every Victorian

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Arts Centre Melbourne

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100 St Kilda Rd

Melbourne, VIC 3004

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Delivering a good life for all Victorians, regardless of their background or individual circumstances, must be on the agenda for the 2018 State Election, and beyond.

Held ‘under the spire’ at the iconic Arts Centre Melbourne, the VCOSS Summit will bring together leaders, strategic thinkers and workers in the community sector, government, business, and the media to explore a vision for a new Victoria – where everyone can live a good life defined by a decent living wage, a place to call home, equal opportunity, security, wellbeing and a sense of belonging.

A host of political and expert speakers will present and debate key policy issues for the community sector, along with
how to operate from a base of shared-values; the art of persuasion, and the leadership we need for the future.


Featuring:

  • Dylan Alcott OAM, Paralympian and disability advocate
  • Jill Gallagher AO, Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner
  • The Hon. Daniel Andrews MP, Premier of Victoria
  • Matthew Guy MP, Leader of the Opposition
  • Dr Samantha Ratnam, Leader of the Victorian Greens
  • Sally Rugg, Get Up! Campaigns Director and LGBTIQ (and marriage equality) Activist
  • Nayuka Gorrie, Kurnai/Gunai, Gunditjmara, Wiradjuri and Yorta Yorta Activist and Writer
  • Liana Buchanan, Principal Commissioner for Children and Young People, and Commissioner, Victorian Law Reform Commission
  • Rob Hulls, Director, Centre for Innovative Justice, RMIT University (and Former Victorian Attorney-General)
  • Luke Hilakari, Secretary Victorian Trades Hall Council
  • Deborah Glass OBE, Victorian Ombudsman
  • Tessa Boyd-Caine - Chief Executive Officer Health Justice Australia
  • Keran Howe, Executive Director Women with Disabilities Victoria
  • Tony Milne, Campaigns Officer, Australian Education Union - Federal Office (and former Campaign Director for the Campaign for Australian Aid)
  • Fiona Patten MLC, Leader Reason Australia
  • Kristy Muir, CEO Centre for Social Impact
  • Jane Martin, Executive Manager, Obesity Policy Coalition, Cancer Council Victoria
  • Phil Reed, Director Hawker Britton


Cancellation policy: Cancellations received by email before Wednesday 30 May 2018 will be accepted and the cost refunded less a $50 administration fee. Cancellations received after this date will not be refunded. Substitute participants are welcome and encouraged. To arrange a substitute, please email chelsea.ayling@vcoss.org.au


The VCOSS Summit is proudly supported by:


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Family Safety Victoria - Exclusive Good Life Summit Sponsor and Opportunity Sponsor


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Uniting - Opportunity Sponsor


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RMIT University - Conversation Sponsor

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Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation - Conversation Sponsor


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Pro Bono Australia - Sector Engagement Sponsor

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Analysis and Policy Observatory - Sector Engagement Sponsor



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Carers Victoria - Trade Contributor


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Hands of Change - Trade Contributor

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Skysdesign - Trade Contributor

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Brotherhood of St Laurence - Trade Contributor


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Domestic Violence Resource Centre Victoria - Trade Contributor


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Arts Centre Melbourne

The Pavilion

100 St Kilda Rd

Melbourne, VIC 3004

Australia

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