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Mental Health the Poor Cousin of the Health System

Contributor, Tuesday, 22nd May 2018 -  Although recent investment in mental health is welcomed, the budget isn’t hitting the mark for prevention services, heard attendees at the annual post-budget breakfast last

ACNC Funded for Anticipated Litigation

Wendy Williams, Thursday, 10th May 2018 -  The national charity regulator is set to receive $1 million in funding to meet the costs of anticipated litigation. It was revealed in the federal budget on Tuesday that the government

Australian Government ‘Cottons On’ to the Value of Cooperatives

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  The federal budget has revealed the government has “cottoned on” to the value of cooperatives, in a move welcomed by the national peak body representing Australian member-owned

A Budget For Middle Australia

Kasy Chambers, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  This budget has put the individual ahead of community, and in doing so has shown this government’s ideology, writes Anglicare Australia executive director Kasy Chambers. It’s

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Budget 2018/19: Little Relief for NFPs

Andrew Cairns, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  Federal budgets are an opportunity for governments to share their vision for the future. It needs to be more than just a pitch and list of activities, writes Andrew Cairns, CEO of Community

Housing and Homelessness ‘Forgotten and Abandoned’ in Budget

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  Housing and homelessness issues were “forgotten and abandoned” in this year’s federal budget, according to advocates in the social sector.   Treasurer Scott Morrison’s

Federal Budget At A Glance

Contributor, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  The 2018-19 federal budget, handed down on Tuesday by Scott Morrison, was an election budget that told a story of tax cuts and a return to surplus. Pro Bono News’ infographic gives

The Welfare Sector is the Biggest Loser

Leon Gettler, Wednesday, 9th May 2018 -  While Scott Morrison’s third budget has focused on low and middle income earners with its tax cuts, it is quite clear that the welfare sector is the big loser. Indeed, ACOSS CEO Cassandra

$500 Million for the Great Barrier Reef is Welcome, But We Need a Sea Change in Tactics Too

Contributor, Monday, 7th May 2018 -  The latest funding announcement avoids any mention of reducing Australia’s greenhouse gas emissions, while providing a moderate amount of funding for the continuation of largely

Are You Outcomes Ready For 2018/2019?

Jenny Riley, Monday, 19th March 2018 -  Outcomes measurement will play a central role in future funding arrangements for the sector writes Navigating Outcomes principal and founder Jenny Riley, as she offers three things

Full Indexation is a ‘Great Win’ For SA Community Organisations

Wendy Williams, Monday, 3rd July 2017 -  A funding “shake-up” that will see full indexation on not-for-profit funding contracts in South Australia has been greeted as a “great win” for community organisations.

Budget Not Preparing Young Australians for Work

Wendy Williams, Friday, 12th May 2017 -  The federal budget contained “glaring omissions” for building young Australians’ capabilities to thrive in an increasingly complex world of work, according to the Foundation
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