February eNews

New year, renewed focus: Refining our priorities to go deeper on the issues that matter


It’s hard to believe it’s already been a little over 12 months since we released our draft Foundation Roadmap into the world. This document was the direct output of over 25 workshops, events and working groups, and, along with our Framework for Action, provided a compelling proposal for how we would organise ourselves for impact throughout 2016.

The last year has provided many opportunities to increase our knowledge, form strong relationships, and test our initial thinking on where we should collectively direct our efforts. We have identified the need to balance long term strategic projects with quick wins which allow us to try, test and learn from taking immediate action.

Now with the benefit of 12 months’ experience putting ideas into action, its time to honour our commitment to review this foundational document to guide our activity throughout 2017 and beyond. READ MORE

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