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The Policy Problem: The NDIS and Implications for Access to Education

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 7th February 2017 -  Despite the policy priority across OECD countries of increasing lifelong learning opportunities, fragmented NDIS policy in Australia prevents people with disability from achieving

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Unpaid Work Experience Is Widespread but Some Are Missing Out: New Study

Staff Reporter, Friday, 20th January 2017 -  A socio-economic gap for access to unpaid work experience is emerging as unpaid work becomes more common, write report authors Dr Damian Oliver, Professor Paula McDonald, Professor

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WA NDIS – Devil Not Just in the Detail

Alison Blake, Thursday, 12th January 2017 -  As the Western Australian and Commonwealth governments finalise negotiations on the agreement for the roll out of the National Disability Insurance Scheme in WA, people with disability

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Mashup for Good – The Sharing Economy

Moira Deslandes, Tuesday, 20th December 2016 -  Not-for-profit organisations across Australia are part of the long-standing ethic of saving, sharing, and caring but there’s so much more to do in the collaborative economy, writes

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Nourishing the Grass Roots: Entrepreneurship Through the Peer-to-Peer Model

Richard Warner, Wednesday, 30th November 2016 -  Peer-to-peer enterprise development is a powerful way for communities to support one another in tackling social challenges, writes Richard Warner, coordinator of Nundah Community

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Social Impact: Should We Be Talking Process or Product?

Alan Kay, Wednesday, 16th November 2016 -  Is the destination or the journey more important when it comes to social impact reporting, asks Alan Kay, coordinator of the UK’s Social Audit Network. I was reminded recently of the

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Pay for Success to Address Disadvantage: Beyond the Social Impact Bond Buzz

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 2nd November 2016 -  Social impact bonds’ most valuable contribution could be to support the expansion of pay-for-success contracting to dramatically improve the lives of vulnerable Australians,

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Making a Start With Employee Ownership – Startups and Employee Share Schemes

Alan Greig, Wednesday, 5th October 2016 -  With taxation “handbrakes” on employee involvement in financing startups now removed, Alan Greig from Employee Ownership Australia explains how to make the most of these concessions.

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Gen Y Carers Don’t Want a Free Ride, So Welfare Reform Shouldn’t Single Them Out

Shirley Jackson, Thursday, 22nd September 2016 -  The Coalition’s shakeup of welfare investment could deter young carers from seeking help, writes Shirley Jackson from the University of Melbourne in this article that first appeared

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Protecting and Growing Donor Capital

Mathew Simpson, Tuesday, 20th September 2016 -  By blending term deposits with bonds, NFPs can increase returns for a slight increase in risk, helping to maximise income that can be used in delivering services, writes head of Middle

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Election Analysis for the NFP Sector – Needs a Global Policy Context

Sara Bice, Thursday, 19th May 2016 -  Analysis: The federal election will require Not for Profits to extend their imaginations and position their concerns within a global policy context, writes Sara Bice socio-political

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Extra Steps Required to Ensure Jobs Plan Delivers for Young People

Jeff Borland, Monday, 9th May 2016 -    The federal government’s new PaTH program to help young people transition into work needs greater planning to achieve success, writes Jeff Borland, Professor of Economics
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