Catholic social service agencies do not stand alone in their work for right social relationships. The nature of our work is necessarily cooperative and collaborative. We continue to make efforts to bring together and work closely with other groups and sectors – education, health and business as well the broader Church community and Government.
We continue to convene network committees, working groups and steering committees for research and project work, to make submissions and join in solidarity with various campaigns that incorporate and disseminate the knowledge of members and collaborators from across Victoria to influence Government leadership and policy decisions.
Emerging Leaders Network
The Emerging Leaders Network was established in 2018 following the national conference, Hearing Healing Hope held in February of the same year. It aims to foster professional development, networking opportunities and relationship building among emerging leaders and young professionals working within Catholic Social Services in Victoria. Regular events are held throughout the year, providing an opportunity for young professionals to gather.
News related to Emerging Leaders
Dec 3rd, 2018
Engaging with young professionals and emerging leaders within Catholic social services has to become a key part of strategic thinking among CEOs and “not just a nice thought”, according to Mark Monahan, Executive Officer of Edmund Rice Services – Mount Atkinson.
Sep 7th, 2018
Emerging leaders and young professionals working in Catholic Social Services, or who are interested in this area, had the opportunity to meet with international author Chris Lowney.
Events related to Emerging Leaders
617 Nicholson St, Carlton North
As part of NAIDOC Week (4-11 July), The Mercy Hub in North Carlton, in collaboration with Indigenous Hospitality House, warmly invites all to its learning circle event on 7th July.
Kildara Centre, Rear 41 Stanhope St, Malvern
The Victorian Government’s Yoo-rrook Justice Commission is the first indigenous truth telling inquiry into historical and ongoing injustices against Aboriginal Victorians since colonisation. Sherry Balcombe will speak on its significance to First Nations People, and non-indigenous Australians in an event being organised by Pax Christi and Religions for Peace.
Interested in joining our network? Get in touch!