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The world’s largest money manager calls for businesses to think beyond profit
Good Business

The world’s largest money manager calls for businesses to think beyond profit

Nikki Stefanoff | 24 January 2022

As BlackRock CEO Larry Fink writes his latest letter to global executives telling them to get clearer on their social purpose, critics suggest he should instead be focusing on pushing companies harder to go green.

For Kathmandu sustainability is a whole company affair
Good Business

For Kathmandu sustainability is a whole company affair

Nikki Stefanoff | 24 January 2022

With a new CEO on board and two more brands under its roof, the outdoor adventure brand Kathmandu is setting itself up to become a global leader in ESG. We caught up with Robert Fry, general manager of product for Kathmandu, to find out exa

What is the business case for sustainability?
Good Business  |  Opinion

Kaushik Sridhar | 24 January 2022

Voice to Parliament design report still doesn’t meet international human rights standards
Social Affairs  |  Opinion

Contributor | 24 January 2022

2022 workplace predictions

Maggie Coggan | 20 January 2022

A year ahead for government engagement
Policy  |  Happenings on the hill

Neil Pharaoh | 19 January 2022

Sleepbus parks up in Queensland 
Social Affairs

Nikki Stefanoff | 19 January 2022

Employee burnout on the rise
Social Affairs

Nikki Stefanoff | 19 January 2022

The new partnership examining an innovative women’s housing solution
Social Affairs

Luke Michael | 18 January 2022

Community sector braces for next COVID crisis
Social Affairs

Maggie Coggan | 17 January 2022

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Increasing the number people with disability in Australian boardrooms

In partnership with the Australian Institute of Company Directors, the Australian Network on Disability has launched a scholarship that will provide training, mentoring and support to 15 leaders with disability, as well as build the disability confidence in Australian board directors. Applications for the scholarship are open now.  

Cure Brain Foundation to fund innovative research

The brain cancer charity has announced the launch of its Mid-Career Fellowship, supporting researchers to their work in brain cancer. The Foundation will award up to $420,000 over three years to the recipients. More information can be found here.

Cystic fibrosis walkathon goes hybrid

The biggest fundraising event of the year for cystic fibrosis, the 65k 4 65 Roses walkathon, will this year offer participants the chance to walk in person, virtually, or even both. The event will take place on 26 February in Sydney. Find out more information here.

Meet six organisations tackling the world’s biggest challenges

Humanitech has awarded its grants to six organisations harnessing the power of tech to solve issues across disaster and emergencies, equity and justice, and climate change. Award winners will have access to industry experts and mentors, and grants of up to $500,000. Find out more about the winners here. 

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