Social services reform: The Hon. Kevin Andrews MP

Social services reform: The Hon. Kevin Andrews MP

VIC
Nov 10
Online registration is now closed. For registration information please contact Cindy Veerasawmy on 03 9652 8402.

Speakers

The Hon. Kevin Andrews MP, Federal Minister for Social Services
Professor Peter Shergold AC, Chancellor, Western Sydney University

Event overview

Innovative and collaborative approaches to the delivery of social services will be critical in creating positive and sustainable change to the community.

At this important and timely event, join leaders in the sector to discuss the future reform agenda and the role of industry and civil society in achieving better social outcomes, including:

  • The design of Australia's welfare support system;
  • How to best deliver social services to the community;
  • New financing models, such as social benefit bonds; and
  • Strategies to address entrenched disadvantage.

Over the coming year, CEDA's research program will be examining the economics of inequality and entrenched disadvantage, including different models of welfare provision and service delivery.

Meet the speakers

The Hon. Kevin Andrews MP
Federal Minister for Social Services

Professor Peter Shergold AC
Chancellor, Western Sydney University

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