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Luke Michael is a journalist at Pro Bono News covering the social sector.

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NDIS Fraud Squad Makes First Arrest

Luke Michael, Friday, 19th October 2018 -  A man accused of stealing more than $400,000 from the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been charged by the government’s NDIS fraud squad.

One-stop Shop For Charities’ Financial Complaints

Luke Michael, Friday, 19th October 2018 -  Charities will soon be able to resolve major financial disputes for free through a new independent ombudsman.

Disadvantaged Jobseekers Facing Lack of Entry-Level Jobs

Luke Michael, Thursday, 18th October 2018 -  Entry-level jobs for disadvantaged jobseekers are drying up, according to new analysis which reveals more than four people are competing for each low-skilled job in Australia.

Fears Foreign Donations Bill Could Still Stifle Charitable Advocacy

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 16th October 2018 -  It is feared an amended foreign donations bill will still threaten charitable advocacy despite new recommendations designed to protect the sector.

Religious Freedom Review Calls to Amend Charities Act

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 16th October 2018 -  Religious charities advocating traditional marriage would be protected from losing their charitable status under a leaked recommendation from the federal government’s religious freedom review.

Philanthropy’s Role in Tackling Climate Change

Luke Michael, Monday, 15th October 2018 -  There is an urgent need to rapidly scale up climate change action in Australia and philanthropy’s role in this has never been more important, according to a new report.

Australia Has an Inequality Problem, Says Andrew Leigh

Luke Michael, Monday, 15th October 2018 -  Australia has an inequality problem and needs to give employees more power to help fix flatlining wages, Labor MP Andrew Leigh says.

Resilient Families Becomes First SBB to Mature in Australia

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 10th October 2018 -  The Benevolent Society believes social benefit bonds can transform how social services are delivered in Australia, after its SBB significantly reduced the number of children entering out-of-home care.

Australia’s Largest Charity Kitchen Comes to Brisbane

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 10th October 2018 -  Foodbank and FareShare are teaming up to open Australia’s largest charity kitchen, and will cook up to five million meals a year for people struggling to put food on the table.

Google Reveals Finalists For $5.5 Million Grants Program

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 9th October 2018 -  A platform for people with disability to find support workers, and an anxiety-reducing app tackling autism unemployment are among those in the running for a $1 million grant from Google.  

UK Charity Commission Looks to Raise Trust

Around the World

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 9th October 2018 -  The UK Charity Commission will prioritise raising public trust in charities as confidence in the sector reaches its lowest level in years.

Making Tourism More Inclusive For All

Luke Michael, Monday, 8th October 2018 -  When Martin Heng travels overseas as a person with disability, he needs to find an accessible hotel room, work out if public transport is wheelchair-friendly, and accept some shops and restaurants will be nearly impossible to enter.
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