|Day 1||MAIN SPACE||DATA LAB ROOM (open all day)||THE MUSEUM OF US MOB (interactive installation)||EXCHANGE PLACE (open all day)||ELDER GATHERING SPACE (open all day)||YARNING CIRCLES, CURATED COFFEE, WEAVING WORKSHOPS & MORE|
|9am||Welcome to Country|
|9.20am||Welcome to ChangeFest framing of the event- conveynors & local hosts introduce purpose, principles, history|
|9.50am||Welcome to Mount Druitt Speakers reflect on living, working and dreaming change in this place.|
|11.45am||Young people’s voices in systems change Young people want to join the conversation. How can they help reframe systems change work to improve their future? How can we all be better ancestors?|
Led by emerging local leaders.
|Mount Druitt's Big QuestionsPoliticians, community leaders, service providers and citizens explore how to address specific challenges for the Mount Druitt community.||Pecha Kucha - News roundPecha Kucha is a storytelling format, where a presenter shows 20 slides for 20 seconds of commentary each (6 minutes and 40 seconds total). Here communities and projects share their learning in a news format.||Evaluation ToolsMore information coming||Jargon Busters (intermediate)Translating the professional language and a local will help translate Mount Druitt for visitors. Plus how does language develop during times of big change and how can we notice?||How to get started - building readiness in your placeA deep dive into how to build the conditions for success, right from the start.|
Led by CFI.
|1.45pm||" Unexpected opportunities to connect will be woven through the program"||Healing our systems - Healing Our Way - The Ochre Healing Forums How this approach could improve systems to benefit everyone's health. |
Led by Babayan Aboriginal Corporation.
|Righting the wrongs Showcasing the powerful work of communities across Australia tackling pathways to prison on their own terms. |
Led by Justice Reinvestment Network Australia.
|You can't ask that!?A politican, a policy maker, a funder and a community member answer questions you've always wanted to ask.||Deep dive into community led changeCommunity led projects present insight into the complex challenges of interdisciplinary and intercultural change.||Mentoring sessionExperts from across the field will offer their time for one-to-one mentoring with delegates seeking advice and connection.|
|3.40pm||Systems Change and What Children need? From early years through education to early adulthood, local providers and community reflect on the success stories, the gaps in provision and the challenges through childhood to support development.||Whose place, which community? - Place, DNA & the Uber EffectWhere do you live? Whose land stirs your spirit? Most Australians are connected to many places and our identities are shaped by many communities and stories. How do these different connections influence our place-based work and what responsibility do we have to all the places we call home?||The Economics of Place - how the money works and what we can do to power up local communitiesThis workshop will explore how to think about money in the system and where traditional models are being disrupted to empower communities.||Leading questions - The role of research and evaluation in systems changeHow can investment and integration of research and evaluation enrich and enable longer term results?||Deep Collaboration Changing the relationship between First Nations and other AustraliansThis session focuses on the collaboration skills required to facilitate progress in the relationship between First Nations and other Australians with the purpose of changing relationships and connections, power dynamics and worldviews.||Different ways for citizens to participate and leadA session exploring different approaches to citizen engagement and leadership.|
|5pm||Review of the Day|
|5.30pm||Shuttle bus to Mt Druitt Station and proceed to Willmot|
|EVENING||A SPECIAL EVENT AT WILLMOT COMMUNITY HUB|