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Reimagining Government Community of Practice


Want to connect with others who are reimagining government?

Are you part of the movement to reimagine government?


There is a growing movement of government changemakers around the world, who are pushing for a new vision to reimagine government so that it works better for everyone. 

Our Reimagining Government Community of Practice (CoP) is an online space for those interested in or working on reimagining government to connect, support each other, and learn together.

Connect with others


The CoP is a space for members to:

  • Deep dive into all things reimagining government

  • Connect with others

  • Attend exclusive events and workshops

Created in 2021, the community has grown to over 800 members from all over the world who are working on reimagining government. We welcome anyone who has an interest in the topic to join our community on Slack today or sign up to attend one of our free online events.

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Upcoming events


Tools, frameworks, and methods for learning partnerships

Wednesday 29th May, 10am (AEST) on Zoom

Join us for a free online session on the 29th of May at 10am AEST. You will hear from CPI team members from across the globe as they share the resources they find most effective and valuable in their work to reimagine government.

Register

Past events


How can collective healing pave the way for systems change?


In this 90-minute webinar co-hosted by the Centre for Public Impact ANZ and Collective Change Lab, we learn about the work of John and Laura and explore how we can understand the presence of trauma in systems and convene collective healing to unlock deep and enduring, transformational change within systems.

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Storytelling in design and policymaking


How can changemakers and policymakers ethically use storytelling in their work? What are the principles of good storytelling? How can we ensure stories are listened to and understood?

In this conversation with Emily MacLoud and Beth Hyland from Portable, we cover the ups and downs of storytelling. We hear about the tools and approaches that help us do this work well, and discuss the challenges and pitfalls which need to be considered when using storytelling to support our work.

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