The Institute of Public Administration of Australia recognised the success of the SWMPF collaboration in delivering improved social outcomes when it named us winner of not one but two of its 2016 Achievement Awards. The first was for ‘Best Practice in Collaboration between Government and Non-Government Organisations’; the second for ‘Innovation in […]
The members of the Imagined Futures Leadership Group are provided below. If you believe your sector is not represented in this group, please contact us! We want to ensure that all community service sectors are represented in the Leadership Group. The Leadership Group typically meets once every two months. To follow the […]
According to the gurus of collective impact, the first year of any collective impact initiative is consumed with talking and relationship building. The impact of these initiatives will not be felt for some considerable time. Happily, the SWMPF demonstrated at its inaugural annual meeting (2 July 2015) that it has bucked the […]
Not even torrential rain was going to stop the residents of Davis Park grab the opportunity to meet the Dockers’ Michael Walters and former Wildcats’ Captain Brad Robbins at a sausage sizzle organised on 26 July to support the Beaconsfield neighbourhood turn a new page. While residents – both young and old […]
The SWMPF’s four permanent working groups are charged with implementing our four priority projects. All meet at least once a month. To read the minutes of their meetings please click here and go to the relevant project pages. Membership of the groups is set out below, if you would like to join one […]
In response to popular demand, we’ve put together a video recording of the launch of the South West Metropolitan Partnership Forum on 26 March – it’s pretty basic, but provides a good record of all the key speakers, including the Hon. Helen Morton MLC, Minister for Mental Health; Disability Services; […]
If so, you can get a sense of the energy in the room by watching this one-minute video! It’s not too late to have your say in our projects – either by joining the SWMPF and, even, one of our working groups. To find out more, contact us today!
Stop press! The launch of the South West Metropolitan Partnership Forum splashed the front pages of the Fremantle, Melville City and Cockburn City Heralds. Hopefully this will encourage readers from all walks of life to come and join us in implementing our four projects!
You could have heard a pin drop when three extraordinary individuals – Laraine Civin, Rhonda Gamble and Lee McCrorie – shared their personal journeys with the 200-strong crowd attending the launch of the South West Metropolitan Partnership Forum on 26 March. They all had very different stories to tell: one […]
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the South West Metropolitan Partnership Forum’s website and portal. I do hope you will find the information helpful and that you will let us know if you have any suggestions for improvement! The SWMPF has developed this website to create a forum for […]