Other People We Work With

Our Partners

Just as RCA believes in the power of collaboration when it comes to our membership model, we are also focused on building our formal partnerships with other like-minded peak bodies that share a common policy vision.

We recognise the Regional Australia Institute (RAI) and the Regional Universities Network (RUN) as fellow leaders in their field, and are excited to share in projects and shared visions to achieve our policy outcomes.

RCA is currently developing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with each partner organisation to map out our agreed activities towards our policy partnerships.

The Regional Australia Institute (RAI) is a think tank devoted to issues concerning regional Australia.

RAI gathers and analyses the best information they can find on regions and make this readily accessible to people around the country.

Regional Australia Institute

Members of the Regional Universities Network (RUN) have their headquarters in regional cities or towns and play a vital role in the development of their regional economies and communities.

RUN works to produce, retain and attract a broad range of qualified professionals needed for regional development and economic diversification and growth.

Regional Universities Network

Strategic Alignment

More About Our Partners

Regional Australia Institute

RAI works with regional leaders around the nation to understand their challenges and help them identify opportunities for future development that they can implement. RAI also talks to governments at all levels and provide independent, evidence based advice about the options they have to make regions even greater.

Regional Universities Network

The members of the Regional Universities Network work in collaboration to pursue three key objectives:

1. To provide policy advice to government, particularly with regard to tertiary education and regional development.
2. To strengthen and promote the contributions of regional universities to regional and national development.
3. To build institutional capacity and sustainability through the sharing of best practice in educational delivery, training, research and organisational management, particularly with reference to regional contexts.

Opportunities to Collaborate

Want to Work With RCA?

RCA is always keen to talk to like-minded organisations, peak bodies or individuals who share the same vision to grow Australia into a network of well planned, sustainable regional capitals.

Get in touch now to discuss opportunities for collaboration!

Phone: 03 9666 3368
Email: Secretariat@regionalcapitalsaustralia.org