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Money for Jam/Storyscape 2-Day Filmmaking Workshop

November 8, 2018 @ 9:30 am - November 22, 2018 @ 4:30 pm
Collingwood Library, 11 Stanton Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066
Collingwood, 3066 AU
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                                                                                      Event Information 9.30am-4.30pm  Thursday 8th and 22nd November Collingwood Library Meeting Room About the Project Storyscape is working with Money for Jam to produce a short film (approx. 5-7 mins) that captures stories of impact from the women involved in the project. Over this 2-day workshop women will be invited to reflect on their Money for Jam journey, and be supported to make a film that tells their stories. Following is a brief outline for the 2 days. Day 1: 8th November * Creative activités that build technical skills for filmmaking * Working together to develop a concept and storyboard for the film * Creating a filming plan/shot list Day...

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12:30 pm

From Cultures of Compromise to a Stance of Possibility

November 13, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Flinders University, Sturt Rd, Bedford Park, SA 5042
Bedford Park, 5042 AU
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From Cultures of Compromise to a Stance of Possibility Disability inclusion in the cooperative and mutuals sector Key speaker: Dr Guy Turnbull, thinker in residence, Don Dunstan Foundation Agenda Introduction and purpose of the day From cultures of compromise to a stance of possibility. Traditionally, workplace cultures frame disability in terms of regulatory requirements, burden of cost and OH&S considerations. How do we move from these ‘cultures of compromise’ to a stance of possibility? Inclusive workplaces bring commercial benefits, improve workplace culture and are not more costly. They also have the potential to drive broader social impact.  What are the emerging narratives around disability inclusion in cooperatives and mutuals’ sector? Voice, empowerment and leadership: How does the cooperatives and mutuals sector support workers with disability – and what are the gaps?  How does a cooperatives’ business model promote inclusive work practices? While (Per Capita) research shows a majority of workers in the co-operatives...

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