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ChangeFest 2023 – Event Orientation Webinar

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ChangeFest 2023 – Event Orientation Webinar

This webinar is for ChangeFest 23 attendees – particularly people who are new to ChangeFest – to learn more about the movement, what to expect at the event and connect with others who are coming to ChangeFest.

Are you new to ChangeFest? Or would like to reconnect with the movement following CF21 in Palmerston? Are you planning to be at CF23 in Lutruwita / Tasmania but haven’t yet got your tickets? This webinar is for you.

The webinar will prepare you for the event by giving you a short history of the ChangeFest story, introduce our local hosts in Kutalayna/Jordan River, explore ‘what is place-based change?’ and set you up with what to expect from the 3-day program.

We will hear from ChangeFest local hosts, the Kutalayna Collective, and some of the ChangeFest National Convenors in a panel discussion. There will be an opportunity to connect with other like-minded people coming to ChangeFest and start seeding conversations before we gather.

Who is this webinar for?

  • ChangeFest Participants - particularly people who are new to ChangeFest

You will leave the webinar better understanding

  • The story of ChangeFest
  • The role of Kutalayna Collective 
  • What to expect for Change Fest 2023

You will leave the webinar feeling excited about and starting to better plan your experience for ChangeFest. 

    This webinar format will allow you to hear from guest speakers, have the opportunity to ask questions, and meet others from the ChangeFest movement. We hope this format will allow participants to feel brave enough to share freely in a safe space.

    Host and speakers for the webinar

    • Grant Paulson (ChangeFest Movement and Collaboration for Impact) - Practitioner, Collaboration for Impact
    • Tessa Boyd-Caine (ChangeFest National Convenor) - the founding CEO of Health Justice Australia.
    • Chloe Woolnough (Kutalayna Collective – local host) - the statewide Project Manager for Connected Beginnings Lutruwita
    • Anna Powell (ChangeFest National Convenor) - the CEO of Collaboration for Impact

    Accessibility and technology

    Participants will need Zoom in order to participate. Internet access is required as well. 

    We recommend participants use a desktop/ laptop whilst participating (rather than mobile phone) as we will go into breakout groups. We encourage participants to use their video throughout. 

    CFI garners a culture of inclusivity and can provide some reasonable adjustments (closed captioning, providing materials beforehand, etc) for participants to attend a virtual webinar.

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