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Opinion

A Dose of Reason, Perspective and Clarity

Mark Fowler, Friday, 3rd August 2018 -  Mark Fowler, a partner at Prolegis Lawyers, makes the case against reform in the debate around charity advocacy. There has been a lot of recent interest in the Australian Charities

Australian Charities Slow on Dot NGO Take-Up

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 19th May 2015 -  Australian charities are lagging behind the rest of the world in the take-up of the much anticipated new internet domain tag, dotNGO. The US based Not for Profit operator of the .org…

Corporate-NGO Partnerships Barometer

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 24th September 2014 -  Both NGOs and businesses are beginning to understand the greater value that strategic long-term partnerships can bring to address mission-focused objectives, a new Barometer…

Spotlight

Relieving Poverty in Paradise

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 12th August 2014 -  A peace corps trip gone awry resulted in a new adventure for a young American upstart – in the form of a fledgling social enterprise on the holiday island of Bali, writes Nadia

Corporate Giants Easy Target for Activists: Report

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 30th July 2014 -  A new study of anti-sweatshop campaigns reveals which companies are most likely to become the target of activists. Researchers found that companies tended to attract the attention…

Opinion

Australia’s Foreign Aid Program Underpinned by the Private Sector?

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 2nd July 2014 -  What role does the private sector have in achieving the development outcomes of Australia’s foreign aid policy, asks Mark Ingram, CEO of Australian NGO Business for Millennium

Opinion

What’s the Go With Dot ngo?

Lina Caneva, Thursday, 22nd May 2014 -  Domain names may not be the most exciting part of digital marketing but the recent launch of the .ngo domain by Your Public Interest Registry (the owner of .org) is igniting conversation

Changemaker

Breaking Down Barriers

Staff Reporter, Monday, 24th March 2014 -  Working her way through university as a disability support worker gave Claire Robbs enough of a taste of the Not for Profit sector to know it was the right fit for her. Robbs is this week’s

Jury Out on ‘Naming and Shaming’ by Not for Profits

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 26th February 2014 -  The world’s largest corporates are split on the effectiveness of ‘naming and shaming’ campaigns conducted by Not for Profits, global research suggests.  …

Opinion

From Politics to Not for Profit

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 25th February 2014 -  From her earliest school days Anna Bligh had a burning desire to make a difference. Now, after a distinguished political career, the former Queensland Premier writes for Pro Bono

Analysis

Reflecting Back on the Last Seven Years

Staff Reporter, Monday, 17th February 2014 -  It’s Dateline July 1 2021. Policy consultant and NFP leader, Moira Deslandes takes a look back at a list of the Top 10 decisions from the future that helped Not for Profits survive

Disability Human Rights in the Spotlight

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 3rd September 2013 -  Australia’s disability human rights record to be scrutinised for the first time under the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities.  This week Australia…
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