With the restrictions of 2020 we have rescheduled our Roads to Resilience conference to 26+27 October 2021 in Sydney Australia.
Now more than ever is the time to pursue and expand conversations around financial resilience, in order to shape policies and practices that steer Australia in the direction of positive financial wellbeing.
The 4th Financial Inclusion Conference – Roads to Resilience is particularly relevant following the circumstances and impacts of the COVID-19 global pandemic.
This conference aims to take a deep dive into financial resilience and explore the various roads to it.
We will be expanding our program to examine the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on our communities. This conference will now cover the major challenges of disasters affecting the world and Australia today, including the climate change events of 2020 in Australia.
This conference will bring issues of financial exclusion and financial vulnerability to light, expanding conversations around financial resilience.
By deepening conversations around these central themes, we hope to illuminate the developments of innovative programs and service delivery. We will showcase relevant research findings and celebrate the person-centred approach of NGOs, government initiatives and highlight perceived funding gaps in this sector.
Our decision to postpone the conference to 2021 was made to ensure the safety of all speakers and delegates, and enables us to come together in a face to face environment. It also provides us with the opportunity to draw on some real data and experiences faced by our communities and sectors. We feel optimistic that restrictions will have eased by October 2021, allowing the conference to safely go ahead.
In the coming year, we look forward to providing updates on our progress towards delivering the 4th Financial Inclusion Conference.
Registrations are now open.
Read details about the conference here.