2018 NENA Conference - Melbourne

2018 NENA Conference - Melbourne

2018 NENA Conference - Melbourne

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

NENA East Gippsland Symposium

2019 NENA East Gippsland Symposium

2019 NENA East Gippsland Symposium

2019 NENA East Gippsland Symposium

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2017 NENA Conference - Brisbane

2018 NENA North Queensland Symposium
Magnetic Island

2018 NENA North Queensland Symposium
Magnetic Island

2018 NENA North Queensland Symposium
Magnetic Island

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All Research (knowledge production / theory / partnerships) in Australia

Research (knowledge production / theory / partnerships)

  • PolisPlan

    PolisPlan is a mobile town planning consultancy that is creating a new approach to land development based on the principles of the Circular Economy. The Circular Economy Innovation Hub integrates work and living spaces with water and energy micro-grids and a local agricultural food system. We work with communities, local government, developers and research institutions to implement this approach in local government planning schemes. If you can assist us to implement these ideas in your area, please contact us.

  • Sustain: The Australian Food Network

    Sustain ’s mission is to catalyse meaningful and powerful connections to enable the emergence of a flourishing and healthy food system, realised through food systems events, research, network-building and consultancy services. Sustain’s two major projects are Cardinia Food Circles, principally supported by Cardinia Shire Council; and the Alphington Community Food Hub, funded by an Innovation Grant awarded in December 2017 by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation.

  • The Accountability Institute (TAI)

    Current business and accounting education models, exacerbated through the commercialisation of education providers, perpetuates traditional, mono-cultural accounting and economic models. Performance measurement systems for University academics tend to favour quantitative, capital markets based research required for publication in the dominant US-based journals, further feeding such perpetuation. We see future-oriented education as the perfect lever for change. We can not only help by developing more responsible future decision-makers through opening up students’ minds to critical and holistic thinking. But we can also inspire and collaborate with our fellow educators to multiply such efforts. For this purpose, we created The Accountability Institute as a progressive forward-thinking educative space for creating new forms of transformative learning. TAI's vision is to develop a holistic language for reporting and decision-making that extends beyond money. To achieve this we foster collaborations between art, science, technology and economics, bringing these fields into conversation to create a new language – a language of accountability. With this vision in mind we aim to redefine business and accounting education for new generations of responsible decision makers, provide a platform for innovative business and accounting educators, and bring holistic visioning and development to accounting educators, professional bodies and standard setters. Please join us on our journey. You can like our FB page and contact us directly info@theaccountabilityinstitute.net.

  • University of Newcastle

    We teach an online degree in co-operative management and organisation. It comprises four units and can be taken over one year. We are also involved in different research projects on different aspects relating to co-operatives (Legal, education, demutualisation, agricultural and housing co-operatives).