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Pro Bono News appoints a new editor

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 22nd June 2022 -  We are excited to announce that journalist Isabelle Oderberg will be joining the organisation.

Pro Bono Australia’s new education program to bring global conversations to local perspectives

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 23rd March 2021 -  Sector leader and communications expert Jackie Hanafie will drive the refreshed education program to bring global conversations to our local audience through a series of masterclasses, panel discussions and inspired conversations every two weeks. 

Aus Govt Should Get On with the Job of Protecting Vulnerable Workers in Global Supply Chains


Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 21st September 2016 -  Australian companies and government have a responsibility to meet human rights abuses such as forced labour and child labour head on, write Martijn Boersma from Catalyst Australia and Brynn O’Brien from The Australia Institute.

Australia’s Rich Give Little – and a Culture of Secrecy Surrounds Their Philanthropy


Staff Reporter, Thursday, 18th August 2016 -  Australia is becoming more unequal and Australia’s wealthiest people don’t seem to want to do anything about it, writes Bronwen Dalton and Elizabeth Cham from the University of Technology in this article that first appeared in The Conversation.

2016 Banksia Sustainability Awards Open

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 7th July 2016 -  Have you got what it takes to win gold? The 2016 Banksia Sustainability Awards are open for nomination.This year they comprise 11 category awards, three specialist awards and the Banksia Gold Award.

Eight Ways we Can Improve Indigenous Employment


Staff Reporter, Monday, 13th June 2016 -  Non-standard recruitment agencies, more education and ongoing mentoring and support are key to improving the number of Indigenous people in the workforce write Nicholas Biddle, Australian National University fellow, Boyd Hunter, ANU Senior fellow, Mandy Yap, ANU Research officer, and Matthew Gray, ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods director, in this article that first appeared in The Conv

Special Screening of Films for Change


Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 8th March 2016 -  GoodPitch Australia is partnering with the Sydney Women's Fund as part of their 2016 Films for Change Series with a special screening of Call Me Dad on Wednesday 9 March at the Eternity Theatre in Darlinghurst.

Government Youth Job Initiatives Announced


Staff Reporter, Monday, 7th March 2016 -  The Federal Government has announced the first organisations to deliver the new Empowering YOUth Initiatives, which will provide a range of innovative ways to help vulnerable young people into sustainable employment.

NAB Foundation Opens 2016 Grants Program


Staff Reporter, Thursday, 3rd March 2016 -  The NAB Foundation, formerly known as the MLC Community Foundation, has opened a new $1 million grant program.

Fanning Jumps on Board with Enablr

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 25th February 2016 -  Australian surfing champion Mick Fanning has jumped on board as the first patron of Enablr – the soon-to-launch online fundraising platform for Not for Profits and charities.

NAB Helps Streetwear Social Enterprise Scale-Up


Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 24th February 2016 -  Fair trade fashion brand, Etiko, is the latest social enterprise to receive a grant from National Australia Bank’s Impact Investment Readiness Fund. The company, which focusses on producing fair trade footwear and clothing, has received a $75,000 grant towards attracting…

Australian Ethical Shopping List Launched


Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 24th February 2016 -  A shopping list that enables customers to make ethical choices at the supermarket checkout has been launched in Australia. The Look deeper into the products you buy campaign was launched by 100 certified B Corporations in Australia and New Zealand,…
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