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Elliot Costello Steps Down From ygap

Estelle Stathoulis, Friday, 25th May 2018 -  His decision to step down was announced on Wednesday, at the same time as revealing that current COO Manita Ray will be taking over. Costello said he had “no doubt” Ray, who first

In Conversation: Mark Hanis

Wendy Williams, Tuesday, 22nd May 2018 -  Mark Hanis is a serial social entrepreneur and a research fellow with Stanford University’s Handa Center for Human Rights and International Justice. In 2004, while he was

Opinion

Uni Acceleration: Who’s in the Room?

Will Dayble, Tuesday, 8th May 2018 -  Universities have the ability to tap a cohort that wouldn’t ever consider entrepreneurship or change-making as a career, writes Will Dayble. For many, putting the words “university”

Opinion

Resurrecting a Positive Role for the Much-maligned Notion of ‘Social Capital’

Alan Kay, Wednesday, 2nd May 2018 -  Alan Kay, from the Social Audit Network, makes the case for a rethink of what we mean by social capital. “Social capital describes the networks together with shared norms, values

Spotlight

Learning Beyond the Classroom

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 2nd May 2018 -  Melbourne social enterprise ​Unbound is trying to reshape the way we do education, writes Wendy Williams in this month’s Spotlight on social enterprise. From Thai designers

Victoria Launches Australian-First Social Procurement Framework

Luke Michael, Monday, 30th April 2018 -  Victoria has launched a “whole-of-government approach” to social procurement, with the Andrews government hoping to leverage its significant buying power to bolster the

‘Audacious’ Philanthropic Model to Power Impact at Scale

Wendy Williams, Monday, 9th April 2018 -  A new model for philanthropic collaboration has been launched by not for profit TED, inspiring commitments of US$250 million from sector leaders to power bold ideas for impact-at-scale.

Spotlight

A Chocolate Fix

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 4th April 2018 -  Hey Tiger is a new chocolate company, aimed at women, that not only aims to satisfy your taste buds but hopes to fix the cocoa industry, writes Wendy Williams in this month’s Spotlight

Volunteering in Australia’s Social Enterprise Sector

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 3rd April 2018 -  There is potential for greater volunteer input in Australia’s social enterprise sector, but effective volunteer management is needed to manage these opportunities, a leading

Infrastructure Priority List Offers Opportunities for Social Procurement

Luke Michael, Tuesday, 3rd April 2018 -  Australia’s latest Infrastructure Priority List offers “an unprecedented opportunity” for social procurement, according to a leading social enterprise development

The Elusive Nonprofit Cash Cow: Will It Work Out Better in Australia?

Contributor, Tuesday, 3rd April 2018 -  Australian NFPs should look harder at the failure rates of businesses before starting social enterprises, writes Ruth McCambridge, editor in chief of the Nonprofit Quarterly,
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