Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Policy Talk

June 25, 2020 @ 8:30 am 10:00 am

June 25, 2020 | 8:30 am – 10:00 am Policy Talk: https://bit.ly/3dTmvRT

Free to attend, but please register.

Public policy touches on every aspect of private and public life, and in our sector we know policy can lead to drastic changes in quality of life ─ for better or for worse. That’s why strengthening our understanding of how to engage in public policy discourse and advance the issues we care about is vital to our work.

Let’s talk policy together.

Join us for informal conversations about advocacy and public policy with Michelle Baldwin, Pillar Nonprofit Network’s Executive Director ─ #policytalk

These conversations are an opportunity for the community to come together and learn from the wisdom in the room.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Everyone is welcome to attend. This is an especially important conversation for executive directors, managers and board members to engage in.

Feel free to join us for all of the talks or just one.

Background:

In June, August and September of 2019 Pillar hosted three policy conversations (click on each conversation to read a followup report):

June 2019 – Navigating the New Economic Realities

August 2019 – Beyond the Talk, Getting to Action

September 2019 – Future Forward Thinking

In our ongoing effort to support our community around policy awareness, we would like to continue these conversations. As a community, we need to be future forward thinkers and actively engage in public policy.

If you want to keep the conversation going and are a member of Pillar join us in Pillar’s Digital Online Community

Check out our members here (if you work or volunteer with our member organization you count as a member)

Use the tag #policytalk to ask questions related to public policy and share successes or challenges related to your policy work.https://pillarnonprofit.ca/event/policytalk-june-2020/pillar-nonprofit-network

Free

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.