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Pregnant women experiencing homelessness left in the lurch

Luke Michael, Friday, 6th March 2020 -  Experts say pregnancy is a key period to help vulnerable women turn their lives around Parts of Victoria’s housing and homelessness service systems are failing to prioritise the

Building Ethical Supply Chains

Contributor, Tuesday, 8th May 2018 -  Our ever-more interconnected world brings us incredible luxuries and opportunities. But it also obscures the suffering caused by the production of our goods; diffuses and dilutes

What Marketers Can Do to Raise the Bar for NFPs

Contributor, Tuesday, 6th February 2018 -  Not for profits can reap big from a solid marketing strategy. Here are five strategies that you can apply to raise the bar. Not-for-profit organisations (NFPs) pursue various causes

An Unholy Mess – Lifting the Lid on the Catholic Church and Child Sex Abuse

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 13th September 2017 -  A ground-breaking research study has analysed the reasons why the abuse of children has plagued the Catholic Church in Australia and worldwide – examining what it describes as the…

Study of UK Public Housing Helping Put Australia On Track

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 29th March 2017 -  Australia has a lot to learn from the UK experience of transferring public housing estates to not-for-profit providers, according to new research. A new study has painted a picture

A Full Cup of Fair

Staff Reporter, Monday, 5th December 2016 -  Melanie Lazelle, who was a recipient of RMIT’s 2015 Sustainability Seedlings Funding for her project highlighting RMIT’s impact as a Fairtrade University, writes about her fairtrade

Victoria Invests in Social Service Change

Staff Reporter, Monday, 14th November 2016 -  The Victorian Government is investing in the future of social services, with new funding to support a leading research and teaching institute at RMIT University. The Future Social

The Design Turn: Searching for Public Value in Policy

Staff Reporter, Monday, 31st October 2016 -  Dr Sharon Andrews, program manager of RMIT’s Master of Public Policy, discusses how policymakers are looking to design to innovate policy development and adequately address social

Collaboration Delivers Australian ‘Social Sector Institute’

Lina Caneva, Wednesday, 15th June 2016 -  A government, tertiary institution and Not for Profit collaboration has established an education training institute for the social services sector, which has been described as…

More Than a Million Aussies Forced to Sleep Rough

Ellie Cooper, Tuesday, 6th October 2015 -  A “staggering” 1.4 million Australians, or 7.8 per cent of the population, have been forced to sleep rough at some stage in their life, research from RMIT University…

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Choose Strength in Numbers for Social Start-ups

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 26th February 2014 -  Team building, networking and procuring the right talent is key to overcome a common problem in the social start-up space – having good ideas but struggling to implement them,

Homeless Service Improves Health – Report

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 13th August 2013 -  A Melbourne service supporting chronically homeless people into permanent housing has significantly improved serious health problems faced by many of the participants, according…
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