24 May 2022 Mary Anne Scully

Shining a spotlight on social enterprise policy innovation

Many communities are developing social enterprises and Indigenous businesses in response to local issues. Is policy enabling or disabling these community-led solutions?

Find out by joining a provocative virtual conversation that will shine a spotlight on policy innovation and recent developments. SEWF – Social Enterprise World Forum C.I.C. is THE flagship event for the global social enterprise community.

The 2022 SEWF programme kicks off this week with a policy forum (24-26 May).

Tomorrow ACRE CEO and Co-founder, Matt Pfahlert will lead a juicy conversation about the intersection between policy and community-led solutions with an inspiring panel that features:
Meg Allan (The Wilderness Collective), Te Pūoho Katene (Te Pūtea Whakatupu Trust), Israr Qureshi, PhD (Australian National University), Charmaine Brimm, JP., MBA, BSc. (Hons)
(The Planning Institute of Jamaica), Bridgette Engeler (Swinburne University of Technology), Hon Di Farmer (MP Government of Queensland).

If you don’t have your ticket yet, head here: