Collective Impact in Alice Springs
We know that challenges don’t exist individually – they are part of a complex, interrelated ecosystem, and overcoming these obstacles requires broad cross-sector coordination.
The Collective Impact approach has been used in around 80 projects across Australia, and there are many examples of success.
Child Friendly Alice is unique to Central Australia, and although it’s often described as a ‘new way of working’ – it is more accurate to say we’re using already existing knowledge, practice and wisdom together with our community insight to guide collective work.
Watch the ‘What is Collective Impact’ video below to learn more about Collective Impact.
Want to know more about Child Friendly Alice? We’d love to hear from you. New members are welcome to join our Working, Advisory and Backbone groups.
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Child Friendly Alice acknowledges and honours First Nations peoples, paying respect to Elders past and present as custodians of this land. In Mparntwe (Alice Springs), we live and work on Arrernte country.