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Foreign Aid Sector Welcomes Sexual Misconduct Review

Luke Michael, Thursday, 24th May 2018 -  Foreign aid organisations have welcomed the launch of an independent review into the prevention of sexual misconduct in Australia’s international aid and development sector.

Charities Warn Aid Cuts Are Diminishing Australia’s Regional Influence

Luke Michael, Wednesday, 11th April 2018 -  Aid charities have warned that continuing cuts to Australia’s aid budget are diminishing the nation’s influence in the Pacific region, after it emerged Australia has fallen in the

UK Aid Sector Urged to Take Action

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 6th March 2018 -  Aid charities in the UK are being urged to take action to tackle sexual exploitation and abuse in the sector in the wake of the Oxfam scandal. UK International Development Secretary

NFP Sector Failing To React to Increasing Community Expectations

Luke Michael, Thursday, 1st March 2018 -  Charities have failed to understand and react to increasing community expectations placed on them, according to a panel discussion on declining trust in the not-for-profit sector.

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The Charity Sector is Stronger When it Works Together

Paul Ronalds, Monday, 5th February 2018 -  Endless charities cannot expect to keep shaking a tin at passers-by on the street corner and hope to remain relevant. We must start working together more effectively, writes Save

New Defence Export Strategy Slammed by Australia’s Aid Organisations

Wendy Williams, Monday, 29th January 2018 -  The world does not need Australian weapons “adding fuel to the fire” according to CEOs of Australia’s leading humanitarian agencies, who have slammed the federal government’s new

‘Great Australian Raid Budget’ as Aid Falls to Lowest Level Ever

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 9th May 2017 -  Aid agencies have slammed the 2017 budget as the “great Australian raid budget” after the federal government revealed Australia’s foreign aid funding will be frozen for two

NFPs Outraged Over Refugees Left Stranded on Manus

Wendy Williams, Monday, 10th April 2017 -  The news that refugees on Manus Island who are not accepted by the United States will remain in Papua New Guinea when the facilities close later this year has sparked outrage from not

NFP Mergers – Survivors are the Most Adaptable to Change

Paul Ronalds, Monday, 27th February 2017 -  To survive in an increasingly highly-competitive and resource-constrained market, the NGO sector must get creative and start working more closely together, writes Paul Ronalds

Apology and Compensation for Sacked Nauru Staff

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 1st February 2017 -  Aid agency Save the Children Australia has welcomed the government’s apology and payment of compensation to staff who were sacked from Nauru amid false allegations they had encouraged

NFPs Call on Govt to Stand Up for Australian Values in Wake of Trump’s Muslim Ban

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 31st January 2017 -  Not for profits are calling on the federal government to stand up for Australian values and make a “stronger commitment” to fulfil its human rights obligations in the wake of Donald

Govt Refugee Commitments Welcome But Not Groundbreaking Say NFPs

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 21st September 2016 -  Malcolm Turnbull’s commitments to boost the government’s humanitarian refugee program are “welcome but hardly groundbreaking”, according to Not for Profits. The prime
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