If you aren’t plugged into ourcommunity.com you are missing out BIG TIME on useful info.

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The first edition of Our Community Matters newsletter for 2013 is out and is full of news, views and capacity-building for not-for-profit groups and schools. Highlights include:

  • Johnny Farnham Eat Your Heart Out: Communities in Control is back!
  • What’s in a Name?
  • The Gender Agenda: Honours & speakers in the headlines
  • Innovation for Dummies: The key ingredients
  • Elections Make for Strange Bedfellows (but here’s cheers to cooperation)
  • Stop the Rot: Using mediation to control conflict in your organisation
  • The Fundraising Oracles: How to stay ahead of the pack in 2013
  • Still Don’t Have a Website? Beware the fourbetwo
  • Free Legal Help: The good news about pro bono law
  • Federal Reform Agenda: ACNC starts work, consultations roll on
  • Are you Prepared? Report paints bleak picture of climate change effects
  • Community Calendar: What’s on in the community sector
  • Community Classifieds: Free sign boards and folders
  • Plus community sector briefs, jobs, board vacancies, and more.

If you have any tips or comments, you can email them at service@ourcommunity.com.au. or call (03) 9320 6800.

About nswrwn

NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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