Collaboration is key to responding to complexity
Many of the systemic issues we are tackling have a history with a range of other people and organisations working to achieve change.
Working together allows what would otherwise be disparate system actors to develop new insights and perspectives and to test them with others across the system. That’s why we convene a range of networks to bring people together to connect and support new ways of working.
National HJP Practitioner Network
We bring together practitioners and advocates working at the intersection of health and justice, and those interested in health justice partnership as a tool for better outcomes.
Joining the practitioner network gives you the opportunity to connect with Health Justice Australia and your peers around all things health-justice and partnership.
We provide a range of supports, including free tutorials and regular email newsletters containing all the latest HJP news, events, resources, practice tips and reading suggestions.
System leaders’ network
We convene leaders in health, justice and other service systems to share lessons and learn from each other.
This group of CEOs, executives and service managers is also uniquely placed to engage in shared advocacy around the barriers they face in serving the people they’re here to help.
We bring together funders interested in supporting new ways of working to address entrenched problems.
The ways in which services are funded directly impacts how they work. This network is made up of organisations that fund intermediaries and services to build and sustain efforts to address difficult problems.