WAAEH Stakeholder Meeting
Representatives from Government and the community sector recently came together for the first of many stakeholder meetings with the WA Alliance to End Homelessness (WAAEH), to discuss the progress of current future work towards ending homelessness in Western Australia.
To facilitate engagement, alignment and collaborative opportunities throughout WA’s homelessness eco-system, the Alliance has established a series of regular touch points including meetings, workshops, and a pop-up co-working space. Most of this will be achieved through ‘pulse meetings’ held fortnightly (with exceptions around public holidays).
The Pulse Meeting on 21 November 2018 focused on governance arrangements.
A new governance framework is being established to provide a mechanism for organisations and individuals to join the Alliance and drive forward the outcomes and initiatives within the 10-Year Strategy to End Homelessness in WA. Representatives brought their expertise to the table in a workshop facilitated by PwC, where feedback was given on different governance structures.
Attending Pulse Meetings
Pulse meetings are hosted by the Alliance to provide stakeholders the opportunity to hear updates about the Alliance and WA Strategy to End Homelessness, as well as share updates of their own. There is also the opportunity to contribute to planning and development, project ideas, and addressing key challenges in an open space co-working format. They occur every second Wednesday (with some exceptions).
All stakeholders with an interest in homelessness, whether through work, lived experience, or offering support, are welcome to attend these sessions. Please go to https://www.endhomelessnesswa.com/pulse-meetings to check for dates and topics, and to register your attendance.
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