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Do Politicians Understand the Not for Profit Sector? - Take Our Survey


22 September 2008 at 3:12 pm
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For many organisations interaction with politicians is a vital part of their operations, for others it has minimal impact. But how well does your local MP or even the State or Federal Minister associated with your area or cause understand the voluntary and community sector?

Staff Reporter | 22 September 2008 at 3:12 pm


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Do Politicians Understand the Not for Profit Sector? - Take Our Survey
22 September 2008 at 3:12 pm

For many organisations interaction with politicians is a vital part of their operations, for others it has minimal impact. But how well does your local MP or even the State or Federal Minister associated with your area or cause understand the voluntary and community sector?

Given the discussion around establishing a social Compact between the Government and the Third Sector, Pro Bono Australia is conducting a short online survey to obtain an overview of how elected representatives and government departments understand your organisation.

We ask you to take a couple of minutes to complete the survey as fully as possible.

All those who complete the survey will go into a draw to win a month’s Free Banner advertising on our Pro Bono Australia website worth $375.

Click here to take part.



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