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Networking & Development Bulletin Launch

Organiser(s): RDI Network, Latrobe University, Australian National University Topics Cross-sector partnerships | Evidence-based practice | Networking | Humanitarian | Human rights and culture | Tools & Guidance
2019-12-05 17:30:00 2019-12-05 19:30:00 Australia/Melbourne Networking & Development Bulletin Launch Following on from our successful RDI Conference, we would like to invite fellow advocates, activists, sector leaders and international development practitioners for a networking night. Join us for tapas and drinks to continue reflecting on inclusive leadership in international development. We will also be launching Development Bulletin No. 81 containing further discourse on the dimensions […] La Trobe City Campus 360C-3.03 - Teaching Room 7 Level 3, 360 Collins Street, Melbourne  RDI Network, Latrobe University, Australian National University Calendar Register

Following on from our successful RDI Conference, we would like to invite fellow advocates, activists, sector leaders and international development practitioners for a networking night.

Join us for tapas and drinks to continue reflecting on inclusive leadership in international development. We will also be launching Development Bulletin No. 81 containing further discourse on the dimensions of leadership, a review on womens’ leadership, and leadership, the patriarchy and its deep structures.

A panel will begin the night, and a structured networking activity will follow.
In a sector where leadership, community outreach and best-practice are constantly evolving, it is critical to examine; what is leadership? How does one practice inclusive leadership, and how to support others to be leaders?

Is there a unique contribution for leadership that international development workers can bring to marginalised and vulnerable communities, or is it the other way? How can advocates and practitioners recognise ‘local leaders’ and elevate indigenous voices, and still recognise that privilege and social hierarchies still exist in the ‘oppressed’?

Find out by booking a spot, and picking up a copy of the Development Bulletin, No.81.

Bookings are now open – click here