Listen to Professor Sharon Goldfeld talk about impact of COVID on children; Jonathan Breckon's discussion on lessons from UK's evidence journey and Liz Weaver's framework for collective impact. Also listen to a wrap up of the Symposium by Prof Cathy Humphreys, emphasising the power of combining lived experience, practitioner wisdom, research evidence and policy perspectives to inform contextual services.Keywords: pandemic and children, evidence reform - what works, collective impact, collaboration
  • In conversation with Deb Tsorbaris and Prof Sharon Goldfeld: The COVID generation of children: Impacts on children now and into the future


  • Jonathan Breckon, Senior Policy Advisor at Open Innovation Team, UK Government, The long and winding UK evidence journey; lessons learnt (and lessons lost)


  • Liz Weaver, Tamarack Institute (Canada): Using the evidence to mobilise place-based change


  • Prof Cathy Humphreys, University of Melbourne: Closing remarks – The Knowledge Diamond

For the other presentations, please go back to the main symposium theme page.