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Disability Workers Are Facing Longer Days With Less Pay

Contributor, Thursday, 5th April 2018 -  Under the tight pricing arrangements of the National Disability Insurance Scheme disability support workers are facing excessive unpaid overtime and unfair pay, write Fiona Macdonald,

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Where’s The Map? Navigating Australia’s Housing and Aged Care Systems

Contributor, Thursday, 22nd March 2018 -  For older people who are in housing stress and in need of aged care services, they have two disparate systems – both confusing individually, let alone together – to navigate, write

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The Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme And NFPs: Learning From The Past

Contributor, Thursday, 22nd February 2018 -  With the arrival of a mandatory Notifiable Data Breaches scheme in Australia, Demetrio Zema and Bea Stathy from Law Squared explain how not for profits can ensure they are compliant

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How Repealing the Johnson Amendment Could Change the Game for Nonprofits

Contributor, Thursday, 8th February 2018 -  The Johnson Amendment is a provision in the U.S. tax code that prohibits not-for-profit organisations from endorsing or opposing political candidates. Repealing the amendment

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Not-for-Profit Sector and the EU-Australia Relationship

Melissa Conley Tyler, Thursday, 30th March 2017 -  The EU-Australia relationship is not just about trade but the big issues impacting our world, and it’s crucial that a range of voices are heard, including those from the not-for-profit…

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Successfully Engaging Volunteers – The St John Ambulance Experience

Rob McManus, Monday, 20th March 2017 -  For volunteer-based organisations, rapidly changing technology means not-for-profit organisations have no choice but to adapt, writes Rob McManus from St John Ambulance in Victoria.

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What’s in a Name and What’s the Alternative

Phil Butler, Monday, 6th March 2017 -  While the term “not for profit” does not do the sector justice, the alternative terms are not any better, according to Phil Butler from the Australian Institute of Company Directors.

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Social Innovation – the Last and Next Decade

Geoff Mulgan, Monday, 20th February 2017 -  Social innovation is not a new concept or practice, but in the last decade it has taken off. Geoff Mulgan, the CEO of UK innovation foundation Nesta, outlines 10 challenges and priorities…

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The Policy Problem: The NDIS and Implications for Access to Education

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 7th February 2017 -  Despite the policy priority across OECD countries of increasing lifelong learning opportunities, fragmented NDIS policy in Australia prevents people with disability from achieving

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Unpaid Work Experience Is Widespread but Some Are Missing Out: New Study

Staff Reporter, Friday, 20th January 2017 -  A socio-economic gap for access to unpaid work experience is emerging as unpaid work becomes more common, write report authors Dr Damian Oliver, Professor Paula McDonald, Professor

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WA NDIS – Devil Not Just in the Detail

Alison Blake, Thursday, 12th January 2017 -  As the Western Australian and Commonwealth governments finalise negotiations on the agreement for the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in WA, people with disability

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Mashup for Good – The Sharing Economy

Moira Deslandes, Tuesday, 20th December 2016 -  Not-for-profit organisations across Australia are part of the long-standing ethic of saving, sharing, and caring but there’s so much more to do in the collaborative economy,
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