2019 Conference

NENA 2019 Annual Conference, Perth

‘Beyond Paradigms’, 4-7 October 2019

 

About

New Economy Network Australia (NENA) and the Enkel Collective are pleased to announce their collaboration to host NENA 2019, the 4th Annual NENA conference, in Perth, Western Australia.

The Perth Conference is being hosted from Friday night 4th October until after lunch Monday 7th October. The event is being auspiced by Enkel and will be held at the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia, on campus at the UWA Business School.

For inquiries about NENA 2019, contact conference@enkel.co

Call for Facilitation and Participation

Please visit this webpage, for the Call for Facilitation and Participation

For inquiries about NENA 2019, contact conference@enkel.co

 

Registration

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Conference Themes

4th NENA Conference - Poster
The overarching focus for the 2019 New Economy Conference is “Beyond Paradigms,” which considers that meeting the unique and urgent challenges facing humanity in the 21st century calls for new approaches, an openness to exploring worldviews other than our own, clarity in our communications, collaboration, and practical ways to navigate the ever-increasing complexity of our times.

About the Co-Hosts

The New Economy Network Australia (NENA) is a network of individuals and organisations working to transform Australia’s economic system so that achieving ecological health and social justice are the foundational principles and primary objectives of the economic system.

Contact: Dr Michelle Maloney nena@neweconomy.org.au

The Enkel Collective is a co-operative that actively explores the frontiers of the future. Enkel’s work fosters development of innovative entrepreneurial and social ecosystems that accelerate the positive transformation of people and society. “Enkel” is the Swedish word for “simple.”

Contact: Adam Jorlen adam.jorlen@enkel.co

The Centre for Social Impact is a catalyst for positive social change. CSI works with people, communities and organisations to grow their capabilities through research, education, and leadership development.

Contact: Paul Flatau paul.flatau@uwa.edu.au

Maar Koodjal (Two-Hands) is an Aboriginal-owned and -operated consultancy specialising in cultural awareness, experiential education, cultural immersion and mentoring.

Contact: Dennis Simmons dennis.simmons@maarkoodjal.org.au

The Perth Convention Bureau is funded by the West Australian Government through Tourism WA and by the City of Perth; it drives the business events sector in Perth and Western Australia by securing large, high-yield NFP conference events and marketing the City and State as a premium business events destination.

Contact: Mitchel McCuish mmccuish@pcb.com.au

Conference Venue

The Perth Conference is being hosted from Friday night 4th October until after lunch Monday 7th October. The event is being auspiced by Enkel and will be held at the Centre for Social Impact at the University of Western Australia, on campus at the UWA Business School.