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David Crosbie is the CEO of the Community Council for Australia (CCA).

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Divide and Conquer

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 22nd June 2017 -  With environmental charities in the firing line over DGR status the sector must stay strong and not become divided, writes David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia (CCA).

Avoiding a Democratic Car Crash

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 8th June 2017 -  This week has highlighted how important it is for us to be brave in our advocacy and stand up for democracy, writes David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia (CCA).

Is This a Fair Budget?

Budget Opinion

David Crosbie, Wednesday, 10th May 2017 -  The federal budget of so called “fairness” has in some ways reset the government’s priorities and reflects the influence the charity sector can have through effective advocacy, writes David Crosbie, CEO of Community Council for Australia.

Australian Values?  Who Are We kidding?

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 27th April 2017 -  Our Australian “values” need to be grounded in the reality of life in Australian communities and not just a list of words we agree to, writes David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia.

Tough Times?

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 13th April 2017 -  There are flaws in Australia’s “tough times” narrative and concerned charities should understand that this discourse is not about our economy but about politics, writes David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia.

Sticking to Our Knitting

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 30th March 2017 -  Minister Dutton and the Parliamentary Inquiry into the Register of Environmental Organisations have done civil society a service by encouraging us to think about our purpose and our knitting – and the need to gather up more balls of wool and knit one, purl one, argues CEO of Community Council for Australia David Crosbie.

Victoria Takes a Lead in Fundraising Reform

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 16th March 2017 -  In the coming months Australia’s charity sector has an opportunity to take a huge step forward in fundraising regulation reform, with Victoria leading the way, writes CEO of Community Council for Australia, David Crosbie.

The Tipping Point?

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 2nd March 2017 -  The charities sector has experienced unprecedented growth over the last decade, but there is increasing evidence that the trend upwards is at best levelling out and at worst starting to head down, writes CEO of Community Council for Australia, David Crosbie.

Investing in Our Future and the Role of New Capital Markets

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 16th February 2017 -  If Australia wants impact investing to work better, the charity sector needs to be actively involved in the critical discussions, including the current government consultation process, writes Community Council for Australia CEO David Crosbie.

Trumping the Politics of Fear – a Critical Role for the NFP Sector

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 2nd February 2017 -  If we want to trump Trump, the charities and not-for-profit sector needs to be much more active and effective in telling its stories, writes David Crosbie, CEO of the Community Council for Australia in his first article for Pro Bono News for 2017.

Never Before Has Trust Mattered So Much

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 15th December 2016 -  The challenge for the not-for-profit sector in 2017 is to maintain and build trust, writes Community Council for Australia CEO David Crosbie in his final article for the year.

Generosity in Australia

Opinion

David Crosbie, Thursday, 1st December 2016 -  The release of the 2016 Giving Australia research deserves scrutiny, not just to better understand giving and volunteering in Australia, but also to highlight the case for meaningful policy changes that will support increased giving, writes Community Council for Australia CEO David Crosbie.
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