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Most Australians Have No Idea Extreme Poverty Has Halved

Ellie Cooper, Friday, 23rd September 2016 -  Over the past two decades the number of people living in extreme poverty has more than halved, but 89 per cent of Australians believe the problem has stayed the same or worsened.

Media’s Powerful Role in Ending Violence Against Women

Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 15th September 2016 -  The media has a powerful role in exposing violence against women, shaping national conversation and shifting policy, according to Not for Profit Our Watch.

Human Rights Commission Offers ‘Practical’ Alternatives to Indefinite Detention

Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 15th September 2016 -  Striking a balance between protecting the country’s borders and treating asylum seekers humanely is possible, according to a new Australian Human Rights Commission report.

Australia’s Asylum Seeker Policies Cost Taxpayers $9.6B Over Three Years

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 13th September 2016 -  Australia’s immigration policies are “expensive, inhumane and blunt”, according to a new report that has revealed the current asylum seeker framework has cost Australian taxpayers $9.6 billion since 2013.

Australian Women Must Work an Extra 70 Days to Earn the Same as Men

Ellie Cooper, Thursday, 8th September 2016 -  The 16.2 per cent pay gap between men and women in Australia means that women had to work an extra 70 days to reach the same level of pay as men for the last financial year.

Volunteering Australia CEO Brett Williamson Stands Down

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 6th September 2016 -  Volunteering is the heart and soul of society says Volunteering Australia CEO Brett Williamson OAM who has announced he is set to stand down at the end of the year.

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Marriage ‘Inequality’ Is a Threat to Religious Freedom – and It Is Probably Unconstitutional

Luke Beck, Tuesday, 30th August 2016 -  Legal marriage is not telling religious groups what they can or can’t do, but blocking it will impact on religious freedom, writes Luke Beck constitutional law lecturer, in this article that first appeared in The Conversation.

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Seven Ideas to Improve Volunteering Engagement and Effectiveness

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 30th August 2016 -  Taking a design-thinking approach to reframe the future of volunteering at a recent Not for Profit and corporate workshop has delivered seven key ideas to help improve volunteering engagement and effectiveness, write Spark Strategy’s Laura Reed and

What Should You Do If You See Someone Sleeping Rough?

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 25th August 2016 -  People sleeping rough are the most visible form of homelessness and with the numbers increasing year on year, Pro Bono Australia News spoke to people on the ground about what you should do if you see someone sleeping rough.

World Vision Appoints Digital Leader as First Female CEO

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 24th August 2016 -  One of the Australian finance sector’s leaders of digital transformation, Claire Rogers, will succeed long-serving CEO Tim Costello as chief executive of the country’s largest international development and humanitarian relief agency.
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