Have your say on our programs

Have your say!

Help make the future of our digital inclusion programs even brighter.

Join our small group discussions this June to have your say.

Join one of our small group discussions to have your say on our digital inclusion programs and how they can best work for you in the future.

Our network is at the heart of our work, and we’re committed to listening to your ideas. Your ideas will directly inform our future program design, including the Be Connected program.

We have four sessions available to hear from our network of community partners. Please pick the one session that is most relevant for your organisation. All times in AEST - check your local timezones.

All community organisations

There are two sessions open for any organisation in our network to have their say.

Regional & remote focus

This session has a special focus on remote and regional Australia. It is for organisations in our network based in regional and remote areas to have their say.

CALD community focus

This session has a special focus on the needs of culturally diverse Australia. It is for organisations in our network who have a special focus on supporting people from a culturally and linguistically diverse background to have their say.

We want to hear from volunteers, paid staff, program coordinators and digital mentors who are part of our network of community organisations. If you need support to attend a session, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Contact us >>

To make sure everyone each session has a chance to have their say, there are a limited number of places available. Sessions are 1.5 hours long.

The feedback discussions are being held by Zoom Meeting. Please come ready for an interactive session where you will be asked questions and to share your ideas. You will be asked to have your microphone and cameras on.

This session may be recorded to help us to capture your input.

Find out more about what we do

Our Intro to the Network webinar is a great way to find out more about our programs and how they work.