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More funding promised to men’s behaviour change programs, but we’re still not sure they work


Contributor, Thursday, 27th February 2020 -  The Australian government has committed funding to men's behaviour change programs in the wake of the murder of Hannah Clarke and her children – but what are they and do they work, ask Rebecca Stewart and Breanna Wright.

Power up your not for profit at the Connecting Up Conference 2020 with an early bird plus 5 per cent discount

Contributor, Tuesday, 25th February 2020 -  Want to increase your organisation’s impact through technology by learning from world-class presenters? The Connecting Up Conference in Melbourne from 6 to 8 May is your chance.

We need to facilitate responsive, future-focused philanthropy

Contributor, Tuesday, 18th February 2020 -  Equity Trustees’ involvement in establishing two disaster response trusts and the 2019 Annual Giving Review highlight the critical necessity for innovative approaches to adapt to current community expectations and needs, writes Jodi Kennedy, general manager of charitable trusts and philanthropy at Equity Trustees.

Smear campaign against green activists, anti-protest laws and media restrictions in Australia


Contributor, Thursday, 6th February 2020 -  In an illuminating new article, CIVICUS Monitor highlights why Australia's civic space rating was recently downgraded to “narrowed”.

Lifting your gaze: Governing for social impact

Contributor, Thursday, 6th February 2020 -  In a partnership between the Centre for Social Impact (CSI), AGSM @ UNSW Business School, JBWere and NAB, more than 200 social impact leaders from across the Australian not-for-profit sector have now progressed through a unique “Governance for Social Impact” education program. 

BlackRock is the canary in the coalmine. Its decision to dump coal signals what’s next


Contributor, Wednesday, 5th February 2020 -  BlackRock matters because it is big. Its decision raises questions about the soundness of smaller firms that remain committed to coal, writes John Quiggin.

Salary packaging – End of year tips. Act now!

Contributor, Tuesday, 4th February 2020 -  The next few months are very important if you work in the not-for-profit sector and you salary package. 

How I built a career in gender and international development

Contributor, Monday, 3rd February 2020 -  Volunteering overseas kick-started Simone Condon’s career in both international development and gender. But what is the role of gender in international development? And how can you use your skills to support gender projects? Here she shares her insights.

The bastard subsidiarity of bushfire responses


Contributor, Thursday, 30th January 2020 -  The shift from solidarity to suspicion we have seen in light of the bushfire crisis reflects the ambivalence of governments and of many citizens to charitable and community organisations. This is best understood by reflecting on the relationship between solidarity and subsidiarity, writes Andrew Hamilton.

The Ethics Centre presents the Festival of Dangerous Ideas

Contributor, Thursday, 30th January 2020 -  Australia’s original provocative ideas festival returns to Sydney this April to present a dangerous weekend of critical thinking and important conversations. 

For the immensity of the sea


Contributor, Wednesday, 29th January 2020 -  A new cross-sector initiative is developing a collective and distinctively Indian response to the climate crisis, writes Shloka Nath.

Transitions Film Festival presents visions for a better world

Contributor, Tuesday, 28th January 2020 -  The ninth annual Transitions Film Festival returns to Cinema Nova this February with another inspiring line-up of world-changing films.
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