Changemakers in Adelaide and Melbourne met to talk about the social economy in Australia and how they can encourage others to 'give back' on 3 December for #GivingTuesday as part of the SIXAUS Changemakers Festival.
This month, NetSquared Adelaide took a sidestep from the usual tech talk to listen in on a conversation about the role of faith and doing good overseas. Check out the event captured on Twitter via Storify:
Whether you’re kicking off an online campaign or building your online presence, it’s worth having a plan behind it. This month at NetSquared Adelaide, Erica Nistico from Scout Digital Marketing gave us some of her tips and approaches.
Changemakers in Adelaide, Melbourne, Wellington and Auckland came together for an online experiment – to run a single event from four cities.
NetSquared is a global community of people interested in using technology for good. The recently updated website offers people a way to connect with other people, projects and also offer their skills to support each other.
Volcanic ash clouds, uni exams and end-of-financial-year busy-ness couldn’t keep us from meeting! Even though the numbers were smaller than our past events, the conversation was rich and inspiring.
NetSquared Adelaide has been meeting now for four months, and each of the monthly meetings has had its own flavour and style. The community has been steadily growing over the months. The format of the first meet-ups were based around hearing from guest speakers, generating a bit of group discussion on the topics raised and then offer some time for networking.
This time around, the meetup was about us, as a community.
Our third NetSquared Adelaide event was a great success, attracting people from across the city to find out how technology is impacting the science world. Katie Hannan, from SAcommunity came along and shared her thoughts: