NENA Events

 

 

  • 23 June 2019 - NENA Canberra Hub: What Should our Economy Look Like in 2030?
    With: Maddie Diamond - See-Change; Andrea Simmons - Canberra Transition Towns; Geoff Davies - Author, Scientist and Economics Critic; Matilda Webb - School Strike 4 Climate; Scotty Foster - Co-Canberra.

    • The Food Co-op Shop and Cafe, 3 Kingsley Street, Canberra, ACT 2601
    • 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm (AEST)
    • This is a FREE event, but registrations are required via Eventbrite

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • 11 September 2019 - NENA WEBINAR - An update from the International Wellbeing Economy Alliance (WeALL)
    Speakers: WeALL Membership Officer, Ana Gomez will give an introduction to the origins of WeALL, its current activities and its vision for a socially just economic future.

 

  • 6 November 2019 - NENA WEBINAR - Futures Thinking for a Sustainable Economic Future
    Speaker: Professor Chris Reidy, Institute for Sustainable Futures, UTS

    • 7pm - 8.30pm (AEST), Wednesday night 6 November
    • ZOOM LINK -  https://zoom.us/j/803674691
  • 9 December 2019 - All Abilities Housing Expo
    • Masonic Centre, 840 Mt Alexander Road, Essendon
    • Arrive 7pm for 7.30pm start
    • Choose speakers and rotate sessions at 8pm, 8.30pm and 9pm
      • Secure Housing Australia - Tim McDermott & Mark Peters present: 'Shared Ownership Model for people with a disability'
      • Property Collectives & Co-West Cohousing Community - Tim Riley & Elena Pereyra present: 'Collective Purchase for Cohousing'
      • gen U - Joel Scott presents: 'Share housing options in Melbourne's North & West'
      • All Abilities Housing - Catherine van Wilgenburg presents: 'Rental House Share: How to make it happen with agreements'

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  • 17 December 2019 - Anchor Institutions: The Preston Story
    On this topic, the BCCM is holding a lecture-based event:

    • CAN CO-OPS SAVE A CITY? THE PRESTON STORY
    • A Co-operative Blueprint for Local Economic and Social Regeneration
    • In Brisbane on Tuesday, 17th December, 2019
    • UK Visitor: Tony Webster , Cooperative Historian

    For the details, see: https://bccm.coop/project/can-co-ops-save-a-city-the-preston-story/.