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Shareholder activism might sound good, but it’s delusional to think it will change anything much

Opinion

Contributor, Tuesday, 12th November 2019 -  Don't expect institutional investors to become activists for change to make corporations more responsible. More direct approaches are urgently needed, write Warren Staples and Andrew Linden from RMIT University.

Salary packaging – When ‘think different’ actually works

Contributor, Tuesday, 12th November 2019 -  GO Salary is set to disrupt the salary packaging industry. 

The government is committed to an Indigenous voice. We should give it a chance to work

Opinion

Contributor, Monday, 11th November 2019 -  The co-design process is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to recast how decisions are made about Indigenous affairs, write Marcia Langton and Tom Calma, co-chairs of the Voice Co-Design Senior Advisory Group.

Am I too small for a corporate partnership?

Collective Insights

Contributor, Thursday, 7th November 2019 -  The size of your organisation is less important than you might think, write The Xfactor Collective specialist members Linda Garnett and Sharon Dann, in our weekly Collective Insights column.

Not-for-profit roadmap: Current and future changes to financial reporting

Contributor, Thursday, 7th November 2019 -  Ram Subramanian, a policy adviser in reporting at CPA Australia, offers an overview of what the Australian Accounting Standards Board overhaul of its financial reporting framework means for not for profits.

My six insights from the Social Enterprise World Forum 2019

Opinion

Contributor, Wednesday, 6th November 2019 -  Emma-Kate Rose, chair of the Queensland Social Enterprise Council, shares her takeaways from a session on building social enterprise networks.

Free speech has failed us

Opinion

Contributor, Monday, 4th November 2019 -  In many cases more speech is not always in the best interests of truth or humanity, writes Dr Tim Dean.

How to volunteer, not ‘voluntour’

Contributor, Monday, 4th November 2019 -  The pitfalls of orphanage volunteering are well-known but there are many other ways international volunteer experiences can unwittingly do more harm than good. 

Proposed Indigenous ‘voice’ will be to government rather than to parliament

Hot Topic

Contributor, Thursday, 31st October 2019 -  The process will also develop ways to get more Indigenous input to state and local decisions, especially on the issue of service delivery, writes Michelle Grattan from the University of Canberra.

Youth mental health crisis: Do healthcare workers need more training?

Contributor, Thursday, 31st October 2019 -  Year on year, Australian youth are reporting increasing levels of psychological distress. Do healthcare professionals need more training to help tackle this crisis? 

Five charts on what a Newstart recipient really looks like

Analysis

Contributor, Wednesday, 30th October 2019 -  The Senate inquiry into Newstart is underway. It is likely to find that the typical Newstart recipient is neither young nor on it for a short time. Here, Owain Emslie and Danielle Wood share five charts that paint a different picture to the one many of us have in our heads.

Why the government’s proposed facial recognition database is causing such alarm

Opinion

Contributor, Tuesday, 29th October 2019 -  Human rights groups say the bill is an attempt to introduce mass surveillance to Australia and an egregious breach of individual privacy, writes Sarah Moulds from the University of South Australia.
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