Momentum collaborates with a broad range of business, social profit organisations and government clients. We provide our clients with a vital knowledge base and a number of services.
Below is a selection of case study pdf’s and client feedback. Click on a title to download a pdf.
‘Just wanted to say thank you… for the seminar yesterday. I found it really useful on a number of levels – to clarify my thinking around reporting, to learn more about the issues and complexities of the CR sector and agenda, and to meet with and hear the views of other practitioners. Your presentations will help me think more critically about how we report on our CR activities at Telstra. The choice of panelists and topics for the afternoon sessions was excellent.’
Senior Advisor, Corporate Responsibility, Telstra Corporation Ltd
‘Ulrike led our strategic planning process that resulted in the Foundation’s Business Plan being adopted. Her ability to confidently and professionally drill down to identify real issues and structure the specific outcomes was particularly refreshing. She very effectively challenges status quo and successfully engages all involved in the process, particularly those at Board level.’
Executive Director, Cure Cancer Australia Foundation
’Momentum seminars are always stimulating, challenging and relevant. As the private sector increasingly navigates the complex issues of climate change, poverty and our insatiable appetite for growth, the role of human rights has become a central theme. This seminar will engage participants in robust conversation and encourage deeper insights into the leadership qualities required to tackle this vital issue.‘
Ms Sam Mostyn
Former Group Executive, Culture & Reputation Insurance Australia Group, IAG
‘Our society is increasingly influenced and shaped by business. So, if the values we aspire to as individuals on human rights, environmental responsibility and social justice are not reflected in the actions of business, then in the long term our society will itself fail to reflect these values. It is time for individuals in business to acknowledge that poor behaviour in business is a reflection of themselves, not the business.’
Executive Chair, The Adidem Group (which includes the Bodyshop Australia)
‘The importance of the private sector in protecting human rights has almost invariably been underestimated and, frequently, overlooked entirely. In an increasingly interdependent and ‘privatised’ world this situation cannot continue without very serious consequences – not only for individuals affected by human rights violations, but also for the corporate sector and the governments responsible for regulating it. Achieving an appropriate regulatory balance will only be possible with a more informed and engaged contribution from business people– as well as civil society and bureaucratic advisors.’
Professor Brian Burdekin AO
Raoul Wallenberg Institute for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law