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Impact Report
We are pleased to share with you the 2021 Impact Report for our social impact practice, Community Impact.


5.28MB, 38 Pages

Our Recent Work

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Just Reinvest NSW

Learn about our community partnership with Just Reinvest NSW, and in particular, our work supporting their systems-change priority areas. Hear from Jo Lunzer, Policy and Research Lead for Just Reinvest NSW, together with KWM Solicitor, Nick Horton (Sydney) who provide an insight into this important work and the support of KWM.

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Artists in the Black

Learn about our strategic community partnership with the Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law), in particular, its Artists in the Black which supports Indigenous artists all across Australia. We hear from the CEO of Arts Law, Robyn Ayres, together with some of our lawyers (Travis Toemoe, Luke Hawthorne & Jessica Horn) supporting this highly impactful legal centre.

Social impact thought leadership series

Field Notes: Growing Structured Giving

We explore Philanthropy Australia’s new report, and through a moderated panel conversation led by KWM Partner and Workplace Giving Australia Board Member, Berkeley Cox, our panellists discuss opportunities to support and accelerate the practical ideas that the report provides.

Cover Art & Artist: Doojem by Dora Griffiths

"I was born in Kununurra and have lived here all my life except for some schooling in Broome in Years 8 & 9. I have worked at St Joseph’s School as a teacher’s aid and at Mirima Language centre as a secretary. I also worked at the Women’s Centre and I have been their chairperson. At Waringarri Arts I started as the artist support worker, helping all the old people. I started painting after coming here for a while and helping the old people mix paints. I completed the ANKA Arts-Worker Extension Program in 2012 and have learnt many industry skills. I have worked at the art centre as the Administration and Gallery Assistant and now I am the Dawang Projects Co-ordinator which means I am learning how to curate and conserve artworks. Currently I am the Chair of the Waringarri Aboriginal Arts Board and Vice-Chair of ANKA. I paint and make textiles as often as I can. I have 5 children and 11 grandchildren. I follow in the footsteps of my elders and learn about Country, culture and art from the old people."