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The UK’s super rich are shunning philanthropy

Luke Michael, Thursday, 18th July 2019 -  Just one in 10 of the UK’s wealthiest people are regularly giving to charity, according to new research.

British Airports are getting more disability friendly, but there’s still work to be done

Luke Michael, Friday, 12th July 2019 -  UK airports have significantly improved their accessibility for people with disability, according to the industry regulator. 

UK looks towards a greener future

Luke Michael, Friday, 5th July 2019 -  The UK government has launched a comprehensive Green Finance Strategy to help the nation reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.

‘The time for real change has come’: Canadian government urged to rebuild relationship with charities

Luke Michael, Thursday, 27th June 2019 -  Canada’s charity sector has suffered from “benign neglect” for too long and desperately needs meaningful policy reform, a federal Senate committee has warned.

SDG Index a ‘wake-up call’ for Australia

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 26th June 2019 -  Australia is lagging well behind other OECD nations when it comes to sustainable development, according to new research that has prompted calls for all sectors to take stronger environmental action.                                 

Australia’s heading in the wrong direction… but do we have to be?

Maggie Coggan, Wednesday, 19th June 2019 -  Cross-sector collaboration will be the key to stopping Australia’s drift towards a future of economic, social and environmental decline, community sector leaders say.   

Opinion

Designing ‘moments’ to progress complex problems – A look at nuclear weapons

Elise Harper, Tuesday, 18th June 2019 -  Like many modern social problems the threat of a nuclear weapons attack has no single cause and is constantly changing. Elise Harper explains why looking at the problem through the lens of complex adaptive systems, could hold the key to mobilising pe

UK aspires to become global impact investing hub

Luke Michael, Friday, 14th June 2019 -  The UK government is backing a new independent institute that will make it easier for people to invest in causes that benefit the community.

UK inquiry finds Oxfam failed to act on child sex abuse claims

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 12th June 2019 -  Oxfam GB put protecting its reputation above the need to protect children who were allegedly sexually abused by its workers, a damning report from the charity commission says.

Hot Topic

Three good reasons to be grateful for whistleblowers

Oliver May, Tuesday, 11th June 2019 -  Australia’s new whistleblower protection legislation means many charities might need to change their approach to managing disclosures. But some of us also might need to change how we think about whistleblowing, writes Oliver May.
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