Federation Business School

Social Responsibility Research Network Conference

15th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility and 6th Organisational Governance Conference

The conference program is now available. You can follow the link below to view the program and download it.

Further information

Conference invitation

Professor David Crowther, founder of the Social Responsibility Research Network, invites you to attend the 15th International Conference on Corporate Social Responsibility and 6th Organisational Governance Conference to be held in Melbourne, Australia.

Conference program

The conference program is now available below.

2016 SRRNet Conference Program (pdf, 128kb)

Image of the Vibe Savoy Hotel in MelbourneAccommodation

Conference venue

Vibe Savoy Hotel Melbourne - 630 Little Collins Street, Melbourne - Ph: (03) 9622 8888

A discounted rate is being offered for conference delegates.

Promo code: TH8785620

Please note, This offer will be 15% off the best available rate at the time of booking.

Other accommodation options

Batman's Hill on Collins - 623 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ph: (03) 9614 6344

Great Southern Hotel Melbourne - 44 Spencer Street, Melbourne. Ph: (0 3) 9629 6991

Intercontinental Melbourne, The Rialto - 495 Collins Street, Melbourne. Ph: (03) 8627 1400

Ibis Styles Kingsgate Hotel - 131 King Street, Melbourne. Ph: (03) 9629 4171

Tourist locations

Melbourne

Visit Melbourne - Check out the Visit Melbourne website for great ideas and attractions.

The Great Ocean Road - Drive one of the world's most scenic coastal touring routes, the Great Ocean Road, spanning 243 kilometres along the stunning coastline of Victoria's south-west. Take in the panoramic views as the road winds along cliff tops, up to breathtaking headlands, down onto the edge of beaches, across river estuaries and through lush rainforests.

Federation Square - Federation Square's unique position, nature and design is makes it a 'must see' destination of Victoria. It is also the logical point from which visitors begin their exploration of all that Melbourne has to offer as its conveniently located opposite Flinders Street Station in the centre of Melbourne.

Melbourne Zoo - Over 250 species from around the world can be found in the beautifully landscaped settings of Melbourne Zoo, just five minutes from the city centre.

Stroll through lush Asian and African rainforests, Australian bushland and even underwater! Walk where tigers roam and monkeys swing from tree to tree. See eye-to-eye with Orang-utans in their special elevated exhibit, explore the Trail of Elephants, then head down the bush track to see unique Australian wildlife including koalas, kangaroos, wombats and emus. Submerge yourself in their underwater world to see Victoria's iconic Little Penguins and Australian Fur Seals.

Werribee Open Range Zoo - On the Pula Reserve Walking Trail, come face-to-face with amazing gorillas, a pride of lions, see monkeys and cheetahs at play and feel the sand between your toes at the new Hippo Beach.

No trip to the Zoo is complete without heading out on safari across grassy plains where you will find rhinoceros, giraffes, zebras and antelopes grazing together on the picturesque savannah.

All of the above, including the 40-minute safari tour, is included in the Zoo admission price. For those looking for even more adventure, why not try one of the behind-the-scenes Wild Encounters? Feed a giraffe, stroke a serval, see amazing animals on the savannah from an open vehicle, and, in the new Gorilla Behind the Scenes encounter, get up close and personal with three gorilla bachelors.

Royal Botanic Gardens - Attracting over 1.8 million visitors annually, the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria is a treasured part of Melbourne's cultural life and a valuable asset to the heritage-rich city. With its stunning vistas, tranquil lakes and diverse plant collections, the Gardens are a place of continual discovery and delight.

The Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria offers engaging tours including the Aboriginal Heritage Walk, Garden Discovery Tours and punting on the tranquil Ornamental Lake, all set against a beautiful backdrop and just moments from the city.

Ballarat

Visit Ballarat - Check out Visit Ballarat website for great ideas and attractions.

Sovereign Hill - It's just like stepping back in time to goldrush Ballarat during the 1850s - from the hustle and bustle of Main Street where costumed ladies and gents parade their new-found wealth, to the excitement of the Red Hill Gully Diggings where visitors pan for real gold and it's 'finders keepers'

Ballarat Wildlife Park - Set upon 32 acres of woodland is a collection of Australian native animals and reptiles which have been chosen for their educational and conservation potential. The reptile collection features over 200 snakes, lizards, turtles, crocodiles and frogs. In January 2014, a new $1 million crocodile billabong enclosure was opened, featuring the newly acquired 5 metre crocodile 'Crunch'!

Conference registration

Registrations are currently open. In order to register, please complete the form by clicking here.

Cancellations/refunds may be requested up until 22nd August, 2016. Fees may apply.

*Please note, all tickets are inclusive of Australian GST and processing fees.

 Early bird registration
(On or before 30th June, 2016)
Registration
(After 30th June, 2016)
Delegates$575$650
Student delegates$525$575

Additional costs for bringing a partner to selected events:

 Cost
Welcome reception - Partners$50
Gala dinner - Partners$60

The optional visit to Ballarat includes a tour of Federation University Australia (Mt Helen Campus), barbecue lunch, and visit to Ballarat Wildlife Park.

 Cost
Social program $75

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