If you live and or work in a dynamic regional community we want to hear from you!
The well-being of people in rural, regional and remote communities is closely aligned with cohesive and engaged communities. This well-being is influenced by the many social, economic and environmental factors occurring in specific communities.
The SEGRA National Steering Committee is looking for papers for our 2019 Conference in August that highlight regional Australia’s unique communities.
The committee is looking for projects that track and promote community well-being through safety; education; employment and income; health and social services; housing; leisure and culture; local food and other goods; natural environment; public open space; transport; and social cohesion and local democracy. Strategies for mitigation of risk and recovery after natural disasters are encouraged.
The SEGRA Conference, Australia’s premier regional conference, will be held in Barooga NSW 20-22 August 2019. To find out more please visit the call for papers page.
To submit a paper, please click here.