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 Sharing economy (peer to peer exchange, communal sharing networks)

Sharing economy (peer to peer exchange, communal sharing networks)

  • CoCanberra (Coops Commons and Communities Canberra)

    CoCanberra exists to invent, facilitate, implement and support resilient ways of providing our basic needs, while: - Recognising the natural limits inherent to the places we live and work in - Designing our systems within those limits - Providing equality amongst all humans - Providing a fair and decent life for all We are in the early stages of building the cooperative economy in our local region. We are at various stages of development in renewable energy (PrePower Coop), Community Owned Farming, and a Trades Coop.

  • InCollaboration

    InCollaboration encourages and facilitates collaborative strategies and sharing of resources to support viability of a diverse sector, inclusive of small and large organisations across community, government and business sectors. An increasingly connected social sector will enable more effective approaches for addressing the interrelated issues our communities are facing. These issues include homelessness, affordable housing, poverty, mental health, drug and alcohol, family and community conflict and environmental challenges.

  • 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.