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MEDIA, JOBS & RESOURCES for the COMMON GOOD
Organisation: Pro Bono Australia
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Patient capital: Patience is of value not just a virtue

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Ingrid Burkett, Wednesday, 17th June 2020 -  What is patient capital, how can we shift to it and what role does government play? Professor Ingrid Burkett and Professor of Practice Alex Hannant tackle these questions, as part of a series of impact investment provocations.

The ‘missing middle’ is still missing

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Ingrid Burkett, Wednesday, 13th May 2020 -  Professor Ingrid Burkett and Professor of Practice Alex Hannant consider the need for social finance and blended value funds, as part of a series of impact investment provocations.

Sleeping giants: Generating impact in place through anchor investment

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Ingrid Burkett, Tuesday, 5th May 2020 -  Anchor collaboratives could provoke a deeper and much more engaged future for place-based impact investment, write Professor Ingrid Burkett and Professor of Practice Alex Hannant, as part of a series of impact investment provocations.

Impact investment needs to stretch horizontally not just vertically

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Ingrid Burkett, Friday, 24th April 2020 -  Professor Ingrid Burkett and Professor of Practice Alex Hannant consider the emerging field of equity crowdfunding, and the role this could play in provoking dialogue across impact investment about ownership and transfer of wealth, in the first in a series of impact investment provocations.

Australia is at the precipice of an economic calamity: The NDIS is the solution

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Laura O’Reilly, Friday, 17th April 2020 -  The National Disability Insurance Scheme is a vital piece of national infrastructure which has enormous potential to be used extremely effectively throughout this looming challenge, write Laura O’Reilly and Karn Ghosh.

Championing regional communities

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Lea Corbett, Tuesday, 24th March 2020 -  In the final article of our NFP leadership series, Map consulting group’s Lea Corbett and Amanda Cornwall interview Gerard Jose, CEO of Bendigo Community Health Services, about the experiences and challenges of leading a NFP.  

Leading a small organisation with a big mission

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Lea Corbett, Tuesday, 17th March 2020 -  In the latest in our NFP leadership series, Lea Corbett and Amanda Cornwall from Map consulting group speak with Serena Lillywhite from Transparency International Australia about the experiences and challenges of leading a NFP.

Stepping up

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Lea Corbett, Tuesday, 10th March 2020 -  Continuing the NFP leadership series, Lea Corbett and Amanda Cornwall from Map consulting group ask Unison Housing CEO Ed Holmes about the experiences and challenges of leading a NFP.

Purpose gets you through

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Lea Corbett, Tuesday, 3rd March 2020 -  In the latest in our NFP leadership series, Lea Corbett and Amanda Cornwall from Map consulting group ask Dr Briony Dow, executive director of the National Ageing Research Institute, about her experience of leading a NFP.  

Leading through change

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Lea Corbett, Monday, 24th February 2020 -  Continuing our NFP leadership series, Map consulting group’s Lea Corbett and Amanda Cornwall speak with Glenn Foard, CEO of Melba Support Services, about the experiences and challenges of leading a NFP.  

Alternatives to strategic philanthropy are emerging

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Teri Behrens, Thursday, 20th February 2020 -  Trust-based philanthropy and participatory grantmaking are becoming increasingly well-defined paradigms for shifting the power dynamics in relationships between funders and not-for-profit grantees – dynamics that may have been exacerbated by the strategic philanthropy approach in the first place, write Teri Behrens and Tory Martin.

Increased attention to sustainable development goals

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Teri Behrens, Monday, 17th February 2020 -  Philanthropic funding in support of the sustainable development goals has been shooting up every year since their adoption, and funders are increasingly collaborating to chart their investments and global progress towards the goals. Still, a projected $2.5 trillion funding gap persists – with no silver bullet in sight, write Jamie DeLeeuw and Teri Behrens.
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