Sector Reform Forum

On Thursday 21st March the Centre is hosting a Sector Reform Forum, looking at Improving the way that government and the community services sector work together.

The forum will be facilitated by Professor David Adams, who is Tasmania’s Social Inclusion Commissioner and has held senior departmental positions within Victoria and Tasmania.

With the Sector Reform Project moving ahead quickly, the Centre is keen to see all members represented at this forum. We have extended invitations to all CEOs and board chairs, and hope to see a large group in attendance.

The invitation is available here with further details and registration information. Please RSVP as soon as possible if you are able to attend.

We hope to see representatives from all member organisations on the 21st.


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