Technology for social justice
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Read the latest stories about how we’re using technology for good.

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The project was designed to increase the digital capability and skills of not-for-profits in the Asia-Pacific region and create a more resilient social impact sector. 

Tracey Evans joins Infoxchange for NAIDOC week, 2024., the philanthropic arm of Google will provide an additional US$1.5M to support Infoxchange's digital transformation projects.

"I was stuck in a vicious cycle." - Vicky Vacondios

Thank you to all of you for joining us for the 20th year of our conference, now known as the ‘Technology for Social Justice’ conference! We appreciate your contribution to this special and inspiring three-day event.

The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation is launching GIVE Melbourne, a month-long fundraising campaign, to raise funds for critical community needs such as Ask Izzy.

Big update from the Technology for Social Justice Conference...

Improved professional development, sector insights, inspiration and networking, and a refreshed Not-for-Profit Technology Awards – introducing the Technology for Social Justice Conference 2024

“Digital transformation is not a project that starts and stops over six months. It's a continuous journey.” - David Spriggs, CEO

“These names represent the many stories from the Birrarung: a sacred place and source of life that has supported the Wurundjeri people to thrive for thousands of years.” - Aunty Gail

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