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The critical step needed to break the cycle for vulnerable children
Social Affairs

The critical step needed to break the cycle for vulnerable children

Luke Michael | 15 April 2021

Research shows one in five children in Australia do not start school properly equipped to learn                 

Disability advocates welcome move to pause independent assessments
Social Affairs

Disability advocates welcome move to pause independent assessments

Luke Michael | 15 April 2021

The new NDIS minister has acknowledged the major backlash to the reforms   

‘Let’s get this done’
Social Affairs  |  Opinion

Emma Morgan | 15 April 2021

Real action needed on Aboriginal deaths in custody
Social Affairs  |  Opinion

Eddie Cubillo | 15 April 2021

Buy a beer and tap away your carbon

Maggie Coggan | 15 April 2021

The future (of investment) is female
Social Affairs

Nikki Stefanoff | 14 April 2021

New York homelessness NFP wins $100M MacArthur Grant

Nikki Stefanoff | 14 April 2021

How governments can work with B Corps to drive global change
Good Business  |  Good business

Nikki Stefanoff | 13 April 2021

What role does media play when advocating to government?
Policy  |  Happenings on the hill

Neil Pharaoh | 12 April 2021

Three ingredients for effective income support reform
Policy  |  Opinion

Sophie Johnston | 12 April 2021

Here’s how you can nail a call-back interview

Maggie Coggan | 12 April 2021

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Advocacy for Inclusion and People with Disabilities ACT unite as one

Advocacy for Inclusion has commenced an auspice agreement with People With Disabilities ACT, ahead of plans to merge into a new organisation. The new organisation will continue to ensure transparency and cross-information sharing, putting people with disability in the ACT first.

Mission Australia youth survey opens

Young people aged 15 to 19 are being urged to take part in Mission Australia’s 2021 Youth Survey. The largest national survey of its kind, it covers topics that affect young people such as mental health, employment, and education. Take part in the survey here. 

Red Cross receives $3 million to help Aussie flood victims

The Paul Ramsay Foundation is providing $3 million in emergency funding to Australian Red Cross, so the charity can provide urgent assistance to victims of the devastating NSW and Queensland floods. Red Cross personnel are currently offering comfort, support and psychosocial first aid to people affected by the disaster.   

Indi Kindi is on the move

A partnership with UNICEF will see Aboriginal early childhood education program, Indi Kindi, expand to remote communities across the Northern Territory and Queensland. Delivered by the Moriarty Foundation, the program currently reaches 80 per cent of Indigenous children in Borroloola and Robinson River region.

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