16 August 2018
Dialogue Event Centre, 27-29 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne (enter from Madame Brussells lane)
Comedy can get our attention and make us see things differently, but is it effective when it comes to behaviour change?
18 July 2018
The Hotel Windsor - Bourke Room, 111 Spring Street, Melbourne
Governments are expanding their toolkit on ways to influence our behaviour in positive but subtle ways.
17 May 2018
Dialogue, 27-29 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
The Change Room is a new series of live events presented by BehaviourWorks Australia where we share quirky truths from the behavioural sciences to give you, the audience, a better understanding of why people behave the way they do.
Melbourne Development Circle - Applying behavioural science for development presented by Dr Stefan Kaufman
8 May 2018
City of Melbourne Bowls Club, Dudley Street, Melbourne
Nearly all development outcomes depend on changing human behaviour, and yet the recent behavioural science ‘revolution’ in public good work is only just beginning to influence the development sector.
11 April 2018
Engineers Australia - Level 31, 600 Bourke Street, Melbourne
This mini symposium and panel discussion will explore the unique synergy between each of the three critical asset areas.
9 April 2018
Powder Room, Melbourne Town Hall
BehaviourWorks Australia presents Smart Phones Dumb People.
19 March 2018
The Hotel Windsor, Melbourne
In partnership with Grameen Australia, Monash University is delighted to host Nobel laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus for the launch of his new book – A World of Three Zeroes.
9-11 February 2018
Birrarung Marr, Melbourne
Visit the MSDI stand at the Sustainable Living Festival's Big Weekend.
9 February 2018
The Dome, Birrarung Marr, Melbourne
Anna Skarbek, CEO of ClimateWorks Australia will be taking part in the Sustainable Living Festival's Great Debate for 2018.
10 May 2016
Swanston Room, Melbourne Town Hall
Today, 50% of the world’s 7 billion people live in cities; by 2050, this will rise to 70%.
19 October 2015
Federation Square, Melbourne
Over 350 people gathered at Federation Square on Monday19 October for a free public seminar on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and why they matter for Australia.