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Civil Society Challenged: Towards an Enabling Policy Environment

Helmut K Anheier, Monday, 31st July 2017 -  A G20 discussion paper on civil society advocacy has proposed an independent high-level commission of eminent persons to examine the contradictory policy environment for civil

Analysis

Unemployment is Hitting Youth Hard: This is What We Should Do

Staff Reporter, Monday, 30th June 2014 -    A change in approach to the policy design of programs for young unemployed people could be a big step towards getting youth into work in Australia, writes Jeff Borland, Professor

Aussie Mums Among the World’s Best – Report

Lina Caneva, Thursday, 8th May 2014 -  Australian mothers have ranked in the top 10 of Save the Children’s Mothers’ Index – making the country among the best in the world for mothers’ and children’s…

Proof of Midlife Crisis

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 20th March 2014 -  Social economists from the University of Melbourne have confirmed the age-old suspicion of a dip in human happiness during middle age – the midlife crisis! The University…

New Methods to Greet the ‘New Economy’

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 30th July 2013 -  An innovative presentation model to simultaneously brief Melbourne and Sydney participants about the ‘new economy’ will be used at an upcoming conference –…

Opinion

NDIS Levy Makes Economic Sense

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 2nd May 2013 -  The extension of the Medicare Levy to help fund the National Disability Insurance Scheme makes great economic sense for the future well being of Australia, says the President of the

Fundraising Challenges Revealed – Survey

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 7th November 2012 - 
Photo: commerce.wa.gov.au New research reveals that the two greatest challenges facing fundraising in Australia are competition and economic uncertainty. The Fundraising Institute…

Tax Changes – Challenges and Opportunities for NFPs

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 16th August 2012 -  SPONSORED: This article is by Commonwealth Bank economist James McIntyre is part of a regular series of articles by the Commonwealth Bank, who will be using their financial experts

Economic Growth a Positive Sign for Christmas Donations

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 14th December 2011 -  This article is by Commonwealth Bank economist James McIntyre is part of a regular series of articles by the Commonwealth Bank, who will be using their financial experts to provide
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