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On the Lumin podcast, we shine a light on the stories and skills that the social change sector needs to be effective. We engage the people and organisations who are working to create social good, giving them the skills they need to market, sell and explain the work they're doing. If you have such a story, we want to hear from you.

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On the Lumin podcast, we shine a light on the stories and skills that the social change sector needs to be effective. We engage the people and organisations who are working to create social good, giving them the skills they need to market, sell and explain the work they're doing. If you have such a story, we want to hear from you.

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Four: False Economy (The Cost of Not Funding Evaluation or Conversations Between Funders and Grantees)

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Four: False Economy (The Cost of Not Funding Evaluation or Conversations Between Funders and Grantees)

    This is the fourth episode of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

    In this episode, we present a re-enactment of Dr Squirrel Main's panel session (at the 2019 Australian Institute of Grantmakers conference). This panel session has representatives from not-for-profit and philanthropic sectors switching sides to role-play common conversations between grantmakers and grantees around evaluation and reporting. Through these role-plays, Dr Squirrel Main illustrates the false economy of not spending the necessary time and money on evaluating programs.

    Moderator - Dr Squirrel Main, IPF Research & Evaluation Manager at The Ian Potter Foundation

    Panellists - Sarah Hardy (RE Ross Trust), Sophie Boardley (Melbourne Theatre Company), Georgia Mathews (Australian Communities Foundation), Andrew Binns (World Vision Australia).

    • 23 min
    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Three, Part 2: Social Enterprises - what we've learnt along the way

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Three, Part 2: Social Enterprises - what we've learnt along the way

    This is the third episode (presented in two parts) of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

    In this episode, Rikki Andrews moderates a panel discussion with three of the Foundation's grantees focusing on their experiences establishing and developing social enterprises. The panellists are representatives from three NFP partners of The Ian Potter Foundation.

    Moderator: Rikki Andrews (Philanthropy advisor and strategist)

    Panel: Jess Moore from Green Connect, Catherine Keenan from the Sydney Story Factory, and Florence Davidson from the Christie Centre.

    • 27 min
    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Three, Part 1: Social Enterprises - what we've learnt along the way

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Three, Part 1: Social Enterprises - what we've learnt along the way

    This is the third episode (presented in two parts) of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

    In this episode, Rikki Andrews moderates a panel discussion with three of the Foundation's grantees focusing on their experiences establishing and developing social enterprises. The panellists are representatives from three NFP partners of The Ian Potter Foundation.

    Moderator: Rikki Andrews (Philanthropy advisor and strategist)

    Panel: Jess Moore from Green Connect, Catherine Keenan from the Sydney Story Factory, and Florence Davidson from the Christie Centre.

    • 30 min
    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Two: The Three CEO's

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode Two: The Three CEO's

    This is the second episode of the Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and NFP sides of the social sector.

    In this episode, Anna Spraggett moderates a panel of CEOs from the philanthropic sector discussing trends in grantmaking strategy (international & domestic); the foundations' learnings from evaluating their practices; and how philanthropic foundations are seeking to collaborate to ensure more impactful grantmaking.

    Moderator: Anna Spraggett

    Panel: Craig Connelly (CEO of The Ian Potter Foundation), Leonard Vary (CEO of The Myer Foundation) and Jenny Wheatley (CEO of The Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation)

    • 38 min
    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode One: A Sustained Vision

    Lumin X Ian Potter Foundation Summer Listening Series Episode One: A Sustained Vision

    This is the first episode of The Ian Potter Foundation's Summer Listening Series, a four-episode podcast which shares insights from the philanthropic and not-for-profit sides of the social sector.

    In this podcast, Anna Spraggett interviews Craig Connelly, CEO of The Ian Potter Foundation, about the recent changes to its funding priorities and how these have been informed by the Foundation's vision for a vibrant, fair, healthy and sustainable Australia.

    • 32 min

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