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Dear All Moral Fairground supporters,

Very excited to be bringing back the Monthly Networking Events. Every month we'll explore a different theme and bring together passionate experts with different perspectives on topics of interest, we encourage you all to come along to network and contribute to the discussions, this month's topic is "Climate Change and Us".

Our focus this year is to provide our network of conscious businesses and people with a broad range of events and programs so that we can provide many different touch points for networking, learning and collaboration. We think you will love what we have planned.

We are working with different partners to also deliver workshops and programs that will add value to our community. The first of these workshops is the Changing Stories a collaboration between Sandy McDonald and Moral Fairground.

Looking forward to seeing you at our next event.
Susanna & the Moral Fairground Team.


The monthly networking events are back this 27 of Feb 2020!!


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Climate Change and us - what can we do and what’s in it for us?

27th of Feb 2020

6:00pm to 9:00pm

BlueRock - Level 16, 414 La Trobe Street, Melbourne

At Climate Change and Us we will bring various knowledgeable stakeholders together to participate in a dialogue to explore different issues around climate change, the implications, how we can contribute at different levels to mitigate it, and how we can best adapt to it.

Light refreshment included

Each guest will receive a complimentary Dr Bronner 59ml liquid soap


* Lorna Pettifer, CERES Learning Innovation Director

* Bonnie Chew, the Director of Mirriyu Cultural Consulting

* Sanaya Khristy - Board of Climate for Change and also Legal Policy & Governance Manager at B Lab Australia & New Zealand.

* Antony Di Mase - Founder Di Mase Architecture


International Women's Day Breakfast

International Women's Day Breakfast - Celebrating Women in Social Enterprise

11 March 2020

8:30am to 10.30am

City of Whittlesea Council Offices, Fountain View Room

25 Ferres Blvd, South Morang

A celebratory breakfast with women of local City of Whittlease and northern social enterprises sharing business tools and insightful stories.

City of Whittlesea in collaboration with Moral Fairground invites you to our first International Women’s Day celebration! This event serves to create a social enterprise community that is diverse and inclusive with the purpose of forming supportive networks and sharing valuable industry insights. We will be providing key tools for actively supporting local social enterprises and how this benefits the local people, economy and social issues.


Changing Stories


Book here

Story at Work shifting people to collaboration and action — learn how to tell stories that educate, influence and change the narrative.

30 April 2020

8.30am to 4.30pm

Ample Cafe & Bar - 123/129 Howard St, North Melbourne VIC

About this Event

When all we hear are stories of crisis, there can only be despair and inaction. But stories can also be told to promote hope, clarity of vision, and collaboration.
Why hope?

If you’re founder of a social enterprise or impact business, working in a not for profit,an innovative researcher or change-making professional, or an individual engaged in making a difference for others or the environment, you’ll have powerful, educative and influential stories you can tell that should be heard above the noise of despair and crisis.... read more here....


Follow our Ethical Living Blog - great stories every time.

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Welcome back to the 10 women, 10 stories blog series! If you’ve read the other posts then you’ll know that in this series is all about highlighting the wonderful women in the ‘for purpose’ world. We wanted to see what would happen if we created an all-women lead Ethical Enterprise Conference for 2020! In that, we want to see what happens when women share their thoughts and ideas, come together to take action on things they believe in and support each other’s success.

In an ever changing world, we’ve realised that being a part of how the world is shaped is integral to ensuring that we thrive in it. We all have a hand in sculpting the clay, turning the wheel and enjoying the results – or not – so isn’t it of utmost important that we are active and aware participants in the process? Females make up almost 50% of the world population and play an incredible part of the formation of the world we live in, however our stories and views have, to say the least, not always been aired or acted on – but what if the way that we told stories and shared information could change the way the world is shaped? What if storytelling could inform and transform our communication and thus our world?

Sandy McDonald, founder of Sandy McDonald is one such storyteller, communications expert and coach reshaping the visible importance of storytelling and its effectiveness in being used as a communication tool that “educates, influences and inspires action”, and also one of the inspiring women on our committee who we’d like to introduce you to! So without further ado, it’s time for tea with Sandy Mcdonald.....read more here


Out and about in the network

YEH invite

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LAUNCH - New Economy Enterprise Curriculum

Date: 3rd of March 2020
Time: 9:15am to 11:00am
Location: Melbourne Polytechnic Conference Centre Building U, 77 St Georges Road, Preston
Great opportunity for social social enterprises or sustainable business and industry to host student placements and learn about the new Enterprise Curriculum in schools. BOOK HERE

800 by 800

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Transitions Film Festival is returning to Cinema Nova this February 20th with an inspirational line up of world-changing films about the forces shaping our lives and the solutions to our most complex challenges!

To celebrate, we have a double pass to give away to the world premiere of The Wheels of Wonder, screening 23rd Feb at 2:00pm.
Followed by discussion with the filmmaker and guests For your chance to win, head to the Transitions Film Festival 'win' page and enter the code WHEELSOFMORAL

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