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Help plan Tasmania’s economic and social recovery by telling the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council (PESRAC) about your priorities for the future. PESRAC wants to understand the views of Tasmanians about their wellbeing and what they see as important for recovery.
For an organisation to work towards its purpose, it must have clear goals and timeframes within which to achieve them. In this episode, Bridget and Cameron are joined by Chair of the Tasmanian Community Fund, Sally Darke, to examine best practice around measuring and reporting on financial and non-financial outcomes.
If the pandemic really is the portal to a new future, Tasmania has the ability to create good jobs and brighten the future for thousands, writes Adrienne Picone.
Review of the Tasmanian State Service
In this episode, Bridget and Cameron focus on Principle 8 of the AICD Not-for-profit Governance Principles and are joined by Chief Executive Officer of Diabetes Tasmania and experienced board member, Caroline Wells, to unpack the UK Passport Authority debacle.
The Tasmanian Electoral Commission (TEC) has been asked to conduct the 2020 election of Board members in accordance with the Constitution of the Tasmanian Council of Social Service Inc.
Phase 2 of the Premier’s Economic and Social Recovery Advisory Council (PESRAC) consultation is poised to get underway later this month with a focus on identifying practical, on the ground recovery mechanisms that will have an impact on medium to long-term recovery (2-5 years).
The impetus from our decision-makers to rebuild a stronger Tasmania out the other side of this virus is there. So let’s choose to invest in a successful, supported and prosperous Tasmania where every one of us has the opportunity to live a good life.
Draft Tasmanian Renewable Energy Action Plan 2020