Member Roundtables

The Australian Network on Disability (AND) holds regular roundtable meetings for members in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Brisbane. These meetings are an opportunity for members to network, share experiences, and hear from disability service providers and advocacy groups.

Member Roundtables are informative and dynamic sessions, where members encourage and challenge each other, and discussion sparks new ideas and solutions.

These events cover emerging topics around disability, accessibility, employment initiatives, and more, and allow members to talk about their progress and challenges in a supportive, engaged and insightful environment.

To access presentations and resources from previous Member Roundtables, please login to the Members Area.

Upcoming Member Roundtables

Sydney

Date: Tuesday 21 November 2017, 10am to 12pm

Location: Kindly hosted by Cisco Systems Australia, Level 24, 177 Pacific Highway, North Sydney

RSVP:  RSVP by Thursday, 16th November to Janet Ritchie. RSVP for the November Roundtable in Sydney here

Melbourne

Date: Thursday 30 November 2017, 2pm to 4pm.

Location: Kindly hosted by DFP Recruitment Services, 31 Queen St. Melbourne.

RSVP: By Thursday 23 November to Julia Wanhill. RSVP for the November Roundtable in Melbourne here.

Brisbane

Date: Thursday 7 December, 10am to 12pm (local time). Please arrive by 9.30am to go through security and be escorted to the meeting room. 

Location: Kindly hosted by Department of Defence, Gallipoli Barracks, Lloyd Street, Enoggera - Level 2 Conference Room, Building FO.

RSVP:  By Thursday 30 November RSVP for the December Roundtable in Brisbane here.

Canberra

Date: Friday 8 December, 10am to 12.00pm. Please arrive by 9.30am to go through security and be escorted to the meeting room. 

Location: Kindly hosted by Department of Defence, Russell Offices Building 2, Ground Level Waratah and Grevillea Rooms

RSVP: RSVP for the December Roundtable in Canberra here.

For further information about our Member Rountables, please contact us.

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