Drought Resilience Leaders Development Program – Dongara – 6-9 February 2022 – Mukinbudin 30th March – 1 April
6 February - 9 February
Applications Close 5 December 2021
Invest in yourself. The program is open to anyone over the age of 18 from any
industry. The program is aimed at curious individuals who seek to understand
their region, have strong relationships within the community or want to develop
them, and who want to influence the resilience their community has, to adapt and
What will I gain from this program?
» The opportunity to create new networks, to work alongside others and to not
lead on your own as there is added strength in collaborating with others
» The chance to collaborate with others who are willing and ready to respond to
the future impacts of climate
» To ask bigger, broader and more expansive questions about the future and what
can be done now.
» When you complete the program you become part of the ARLF network of
alumni of over 1,700 members who are working for the greater good of rural,
regional and remote Australia.
Who should apply?
» People from all organisations
are invited to apply:
Community, Health, Business
and Small Business Owners,
Education, NFP, Local
Social Enterprise, volunteer
» If you are committed to the
resilience of your region you
are encouraged to apply.
Our aim is to bring together
a diverse group of people
with different ages, cultural
identities, Aboriginal and
Torres Strait Islanders,
minority groups and interests
SESSION 1 // DONGARA
6-9 February 2022
3.5 days in person
leadership, change theory,
personal and community resilience
8-9 March 2022
2 days virtual
Climate science, problem
solving, creativity, mental and
SESSION 3 // MUKINBUDIN
21–23 March 2022
3 days in person
All places are funded by the Australian Government’s Future Drought Fund.
The program is free of charge, however you will be responsible for funding your own travel and some meals.
An allowance of up to $500 to cover up to 50% of your travel costs is available at the end of the program.