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Wendy Williams is a journalist specialising in the not-for-profit sector and broader social economy. She has been the editor of Pro Bono News since 2018.

Articles:

Equal blame? The dangers of couples counselling in a domestic violence situation

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 16th May 2019 -  Jane sat in a room across from a counsellor and her aggressor.

Technology can be a weapon against the nation’s most vulnerable

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 14th May 2019 -  Digital transformation has the power to harm some of the most vulnerable people in the community, warns the CEO of the Australian Council of Social Service.

Coalition missing as Labor and Greens champion charities

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 14th May 2019 -  There was an empty chair on stage at the pre-election forum on Friday after the Coalition failed to provide somebody to participate in a discussion which put charity policy in the spotlight.

Impact investment: On the slope of enlightenment

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 8th May 2019 -  Impact investing is not a simple solution but there is a lot of opportunity in the market, says the executive director of Economic Strategy Division at the NSW Treasury.

What do you want to ask the major parties about the future of the Australian charities and NFP sector?

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 2nd May 2019 -  The charity sector is being given a chance to put their questions directly to Australia’s politicians in the lead up to the next election.

‘The evidence is in’: Australians want an increase to Newstart

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 23rd April 2019 -  The majority of Australians agree there should be an increase to Newstart, a new poll has shown.

Do you have what it takes to be a tomorrow maker?

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 23rd April 2019 -  Amazing Australians doing great things in any field – including social entrepreneurs, researchers, scientists, artists and educators – are being encouraged to apply for a share of $1 million.

Doco of the month: Ghosthunter

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 18th April 2019 -  The team behind the award-winning documentary Ghosthunter talk to Wendy Williams about the film’s impact and how a story about ghosts became an exploration of the impact of childhood trauma, as part of a new series profiling powerful documentaries in partnership with Documentary Australia Foundation.

Do people really care about ethical fashion?

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 18th April 2019 -  Nick Savaidis, the founder of ethical fashion brand Etiko talks to Wendy Williams about the disconnect between people’s values and how they shop, and why we all share responsibility for making fashion ethical.

How tech can support people in crisis

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 4th April 2019 -  The latest enhancements on the Ask Izzy website, aimed at providing better, safer family violence support, are a reminder of the role technology can play in supporting some of the most vulnerable people in society.

A new ambition

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 4th April 2019 -  Alan Clayton, chairman of Robejohn and Alan Clayton Associates, speaks to Wendy Williams about a new ambition for fundraising and why fundraisers are awesome people.

Foreign aid ‘treated like an ATM’

Budget

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 3rd April 2019 -  Australia's humanitarian organisations have been left dismayed after Australian aid was cut for the sixth year in a row, despite the federal budget touting a forecast return to surplus.
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