We’re proud to unveil our 2022-27 strategy

How we’re accelerating progress on tackling our greatest social challenges and building the future all Australians deserve

15 July 2022

The TACSI team

Cover of the 2022-27 Strategy

Our new strategy sets forward a plan to take social innovation from the margins to the mainstream.

Twelve years in the making, our new strategy goes deep to explore accelerated ways of tackling challenges such as declining mental health, rolling climate disasters and a housing system that doesn’t meet the size of the challenge.

It also demonstrates breadth by setting out our ambition to create the conditions for a social innovation and more people powered responses, a social innovation workforce, and stronger ecosystems for social R&D.

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