November eNews

Chapter plenary event affirms, informs and prompts reflection


As we near the end of an action packed 2016, and with so much exciting work yet ahead of us, it was wonderful to come together and reflect on our achievements to date at last week’s Chapter Plenary event.

Over 100 of our cross-sector and community partners enjoyed an entertaining overview of the project’s 2016 activity and future direction from Logan Together Director, Matthew Cox, as well as ‘world cafe’ project updates and engaging presentations from special guests Dr Stacey Fox (Mitchell Institute) and Brian Smith (Harwood Institute).

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