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Why SMEs and NFPs are vulnerable to cyber attacks – and what they can do about it

Contributor, Thursday, 17th June 2021 -  ITConnexion is set to provide fully funded cyber security awareness training for Australian SMEs and NFPs to help mitigate the risks.

What makes an organisation ‘child safe’?

Contributor, Thursday, 17th June 2021 -  Child Wise shares findings from its recent category study on the awareness of what makes an organisation “child safe”.

How VU’s youth work industry upgrade gets you a degree without the fuss

Contributor, Tuesday, 15th June 2021 -  The program is one-of-a-kind in Australia and provides career progression opportunities.

Community partnerships, healthy homes for renters and the impacts of the pandemic on DFV

COSS Corner

Contributor, Thursday, 10th June 2021 -  All the latest news from the Councils of Social Service of Australia.

Seven reasons the 2021 Shared Value Summit APAC is not-to-be-missed!

Contributor, Thursday, 10th June 2021 -  With almost a week to go, we’re counting down to the region’s foremost purpose-led business event – the Shared Value Summit Asia Pacific. 

NFPs and financial reporting – Challenges and opportunities

Contributor, Tuesday, 8th June 2021 -  With tax time just around the corner, Breakthrough Accounting shares some of the trends, challenges and opportunities that can help charities pull together their annual financial reports.  

The social implications of salary packaging cards

Contributor, Wednesday, 2nd June 2021 -  Not for profits with a charitable intention have tight operational budgets. However, thanks to salary packaging concessions, they can offer competitive remuneration to the private sector. 

What does effective philanthropy look like?

Contributor, Tuesday, 1st June 2021 -  How a unique partnership between The Glencoe Foundation and Action on Poverty (AOP) has helped over 28,000 children with clubfoot walk for life. 

State budgets, helping the community get the jab and Queensland’s housing crisis

COSS Corner

Contributor, Monday, 31st May 2021 -  All the latest news from the Councils of Social Service of Australia.

In a landmark judgment, the Federal Court found the environment minister has a duty of care to young people

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Contributor, Friday, 28th May 2021 -  Australia has been repeatedly criticised on the global stage for its stance on new coal and climate change more generally. Now, we may find the decisions made by its environment ministers could amount to negligent conduct, writes Laura Schuijers.

NSW adopts affirmative consent in sexual assault laws. What does this mean?

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Contributor, Wednesday, 26th May 2021 -  After years of advocacy by Saxon Mullins, NSW moves from a "no means no" to a "yes means yes" standard of sexual consent. Rachael Burgin from Swinburne University of Technology explains why this is a win for survivors.

Student climate movement strike: In a crisis, what are the limits of ‘student voice’?


Contributor, Tuesday, 25th May 2021 -  For students who walked out of classes on Friday 21 May, the School Strike 4 Climate protests are about extending their voices beyond the stifling grasp of schools. It is time for school leaders to recognise that young people exercising their democratic rights are citizens, and not citizens-in-waiting, write Dr George Variyan and Fiona Longmuir from Monash University.
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