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Why agility is the key for NDIS’ shifting goal posts

Contributor, Tuesday, 17th September 2019 -  The changes to the way service providers are funded under the National Disability Insurance Scheme is not only forcing change on how NFPs deliver their service but is also creating a significant change in the administration and record keeping requirements of these organisations, writes Ben Fock from HLB Mann Judd Wollongong.

Australia to attend climate summit empty-handed despite UN pleas to ‘come with a plan’

Opinion

Contributor, Monday, 16th September 2019 -  Frank Jotzo, director of the ANU’s Centre for Climate and Energy Policy, takes stock of Australia’s progress on climate action and how we are perceived on the issue by our global peers, in this article first published in The Conversation.

How philosophy 101 could help break the deadlock over drug testing job seekers

Opinion

Contributor, Friday, 13th September 2019 -  Proposals to drug test welfare recipients may be here to stay unless there is a shift in the moral frames, writes Professor Alison Ritter, in this article first published in The Conversation.

Stories That Work: Documentary as a powerful tool to spark social change

Contributor, Thursday, 12th September 2019 -  In today’s fast-moving world, documentary stands-out as a unique and powerful tool to educate ourselves and spark social change. 

Harnessing community for effective action

Contributor, Tuesday, 10th September 2019 -  The upcoming ACOSS Conference will act as a key platform for the sector to hear directly from relevant political leaders and to pose pressing questions, writes Jacqueline Phillips, director of policy at the Australian Council of Social Service.

Victoria ALIVE launches its social media campaign on inclusive volunteering

Contributor, Tuesday, 10th September 2019 -  Over the past year, the Victoria ALIVE project has been engaging communities around Victoria on the topic of inclusive volunteering for people of all abilities. 

Why Canada’s environmental charities are afraid to talk about climate change during the election

Opinion

Contributor, Monday, 9th September 2019 -  Elections Canada is muzzling public outreach by charities about the climate crisis, just when it has never been more urgent for the public to understand it, writes environmental lawyer Dr Dianne Saxe, in this article first published in The Conversation.

Religious Discrimination Bill is a mess that risks privileging people of faith above all others

Opinion

Contributor, Monday, 2nd September 2019 -  The idea behind the Religious Discrimination Bill is a good one, but the draft goes too far, write Liam Elphick and Alice Taylor, in this article first published in The Conversation.

How international volunteers are responding to climate change

Contributor, Monday, 2nd September 2019 -  Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. It will take more than scientists, meteorologists and activists to address it. Complex, global problems require everyone's attention.

The ripple effect of job creation

Contributor, Monday, 26th August 2019 -  Social enterprises can help some of the most marginalised people in our society not only to gain employment but stay in it, but social enterprises also need to be supported, writes Lisa Waldron, who leads Westpac Foundation’s Employment Partnership Program.

Proposed amendment to ‘not-for-profit entity’ definition

Contributor, Thursday, 22nd August 2019 -  Michelle Warren, HLB Mann Judd Australasian director of financial reporting, outlines the proposed change to the definition of a not-for-profit entity and why it is important.

Improving the finance sector for all Australians

Opinion

Contributor, Wednesday, 21st August 2019 -  Trust in our financial services has been shaken by scandals, but in a new white paper, FinFuture, researchers show how the system can be reformed to put financial wellbeing front and centre, write Dr Chris Culnane, Associate Professor Andrew Godwin, Professor Carsten Murawski and Cynthia Sear, from the University of Melbourne.
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