The Collective | Backing Ideas, Philanthropy and Asia: The Judith Neilson InstituteVIEW EVENT DETAILS
What power does philanthropy have in tackling the major societal challenges in our region? How are new foundations changing the philanthropic game and actively contributing to a better region?
Asia Society Australia warmly invites you to the second iteration of The Collective, a series that brings together established and emerging philanthropists, philanthropic foundations, and recipients of philanthropic funding to explore the challenges and opportunities facing our Asia-engaged change makers as they continue to "do good" in a rapidly changing region.
Join Mark Ryan, executive director of the Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas; in conversation with Ross Settles, adjunct professor at HKU Journalism, for an important exploration of the power of innovative philanthropy in backing ideas, facilitating better storytelling, and enlightening the journalistic process for a fairer, more transparent, and better-understood Asia-Pacific region.
Date: Wednesday 28 July 2021
Time: 11 – 11:50 a.m. AEST
Please note this event will run as a webcast and is by invitation only. Registration is essential. For any enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
About our Speakers
The Collective brings together leaders in Australian and regional philanthropy to share experiences, ideas, best practice, and a mutual passion for doing good in the Asia-Australia space. Our program series elevates the profile of Asian-Australian philanthropy nationally and globally, highlighting the successes, opportunities, and challenges for Asian and Asian-Australian philanthropists in the region.
Asia Society Australia acknowledges the support of the Victorian Government.
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