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Senate’s vote to ban slave-made imports shows the weakness of Australia’s Modern Slavery Act

Contributor, Wednesday, 25th August 2021 -  There’s much more to be done before Australians can be confident the goods they buy are free of slave labour, write Kyla Raby and Katherine Christ.

Catalyst 2030 launches inaugural global survey to take to the UN

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 25th August 2021 -  The People’s Report asks the general public to “share their story” in the hope of getting the voices of the unheard to the desks of United Nations decision-makers. 

Australia’s first centre dedicated to Indigenous businesses and entrepreneurs opens in Victoria

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 23rd August 2021 -  Aboriginal businesses contributed $4.88 billion to the Australian economy and provided 45,434 jobs in 2018. The team behind The Dilin Duwa Centre for Indigenous Business Leadership want to see those numbers increase. 

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A financially sustainable model for improving the lives of artists – A case study

Phil Preston, Thursday, 19th August 2021 -  The founder of ColourSpace Gallery, Scott Ko, is an entrepreneurial Houdini, writes Phil Preston, who says his story is worth sharing for the insights it gives into amplifying social impact and illustrating the journey of a social enterprise.

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Creating genuine change through SDG implementation

Virginia Munro, Thursday, 19th August 2021 -  Australia may have ranked last for sustainability, but it’s time for us to realise the SDGs hold the key to a sustainable future after COVID, writes Dr Virginia Munro, who argues we need to work toward genuine commitment and greater SDG accountabil

A silver lining to the pandemic

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 18th August 2021 -  “It’s so much more rewarding to realise what you can do with your end product, rather than just selling shit to people that they don’t want.” 

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Sustainability in a ‘pandemic’ world

Kaushik Sridhar, Tuesday, 17th August 2021 -  Disruptions related to COVID-19 have come with an unexpected side effect: an impact on carbon emissions. The question is will any of our new more carbon-friendly behaviours stick, writes Kaushik Sridhar.

Charcoal Lane closing after a 12-year service

Nikki Stefanoff, Monday, 16th August 2021 -  The social enterprise, once visited by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, is getting ready to serve its last dish with the building being re-occupied by its owners.

Coffee, COVID and why Jasper puts price before profit

Nikki Stefanoff, Wednesday, 11th August 2021 -  “From my experience of dealing with so many growers, they are, to me, the best environmentalists. They look after the soil and the world for us just so we have good coffee.”

A good telco is finally here

Contributor, Thursday, 5th August 2021 -  A new, carbon neutral and ethical telco has been created specifically to help the not-for-profit industry do more of its world changing work. 
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