In partnership with the Australian Community Support Organisation (ACSO), Latitude Network is delivering a masterclass at the upcoming International Criminal Justice Conference in Melbourne. Drawing on a decade of experience in social impact projects, Gemma, Russ and Dale will share insights on designing programs that deliver outcomes.
The masterclass will focus on three key cohorts that face increasing rates of imprisonment. For example, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people continue to represent 30% of the criminal population, with Australian governments and services having made little to no progress in addressing this gap. In addition, data from the increase in women’s incarceration demonstrates that 27% of women entering prison were in short-term or emergency accommodation in the 30 days prior. Remandees are the third cohort that has grown much faster than the general prison population.
Building Robust, Outcomes-Focused Programs to Drive Impact and Attract Funding
The masterclass will apply Latitude Network's 'Four Pillars' framework to building outcomes-driven interventions. Topics covered include:
This in-depth, robust training for leaders in the social and justice sectors will be 'hands-on' and practical, with groups working together to apply the Latitude Network Four Pillars to their own experiences and challenges.
Participants walk away with initial solutions to some of their immediate challenges, exposure to the latest thinking on outcomes-based programming and service design as well as the opportunity to get feedback on their outcomes-based programs.
Date and Time: 12.30pm - 4.30pm, Tuesday 22nd November 2022
Venue: The Edge, Federation Square Melbourne
Address: Flinders Street, Federation Square Grove (Conference Venue)
Tickets: $150 to attend this Masterclass
Bookings: Click here to book - places are limited
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