6 June 2017 to 8 March 2017

Over the past 12 months Australia has seen a drastic rise in fraud, which is costing more to our economy than ever before. Unfortunately many government agencies and private corporations alike are lagging in both early detection as well as prevention techniques, and it is clear we need to revise and strengthen our anti-fraud and financial crime strategies by learning from those that are rising to the challenge.Read more
5 June 2017
Ionic Room Sydney Masonic Centre, 66 Goulburn St, Sydney

In recent years there have been many changes to policies and programs affecting access to housing and support for lower income and vulnerable households.

It's time to reflect on what's happening to see what's working, what's not and what else we need to do so that people have secure, suitable and affordable housing and the support they need to enhance their wellbeing, engagement and participation in our society.Read more
25 September 2017 to 27 September 2017
UNSW Kensington Campus

The Australian Social Policy Conference (ASPC) is the pre-eminent multidisciplinary conference concerned with issues of social policy in Australia and beyond. It attracts over 350 participants from academia, government and the community social welfare sector internationally.Read more
29 March 2017 to 30 March 2017
BCA National Training Centre, Ikon House, Level 1, 65 York Street, Sydney

Delivery of infrastructure plays a vital role in shaping our future cities.

This unique two-day masterclass provides participants with a sound understanding of how infrastructure projects are structured from a commercial and financial perspective. This affects a wide range of consultants involved in shaping infrastructure projects from a planning, design and management perspective.Read more
28 March 2017 to 30 March 2017
Radisson Blu

Public events attracting large crowds are vulnerable to deliberate and accidental threats that could disrupt event continuity with serious physical and financial consequences. Public event operators, governments, infrastructure owners, emergency services and all other security and safety stakeholders need to find the right balance between infrastructure, technology, operations and manpower to ensure public venue security and safety.Read more
19 April 2017 to 21 April 2017
Hilton Sydney, Australia


Clariden Global is launching the 2017 Safety, Security and Counter-Terrorism Forum this coming 19 – 21 April 2017 at the Hilton Sydney, Australia.Read more
14 June 2017 to 15 June 2017
Cliftons Sydney

Aimed at Grade 9-10 level officers and management, this two day workshop will provide an opportunity to advance core skills and explore the emerging leadership capabilities required for effective Grade 9-10 level management. It will explore the core attributes required for successful leadership within the NSW Public Service and will delve into the practical strategies relating to leading productive teams, improve decision making, apply strategic management thinking and develop key skills of stakeholder engagement and communication.Read more
6 April 2017 to 8 April 2017
PARKROYAL Darling Harbour

The Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration is pleased to announce The Second International Conference on Non-Adversarial Justice: Integrating Theory and Practice will be held at the PARKROYAL Darling Harbour in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia from 6-8 April 2017.Read more
17 May 2017 to 18 May 2017
L'Aqua Sydney...

Design a roadmap for a technology driven business

Local councils are undergoing rapid and drastic changes due to government legislation, digital disruption and online mobility. Communities’ expectations are changing and digitality is becoming ingrained in daily practice. As councils look for solutions to increase efficiency and productivity internally and with their communities, innovation calls.

At the Local Government Technology & Innovation Summit, you will explore two journeys:Read more
3 May 2017 to 4 May 2017
Sydney Boulevard Hotel

Australia’s Out of Home Care (OOHC) system has been thrown into the spotlight. Regardless of the focus on prevention and early intervention, there are still over 43,400 children legally recognised as living in OOHC across the nation.

Taking into consideration the number of informal arrangements, this number is estimated to be far greater. Outcomes for children living in kinship, foster, respite and residential care are significantly lower than other Australian children - a third do not finish year 12 and 44% are not employed within five years of leaving care.Read more