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Academic Challenges Gates Philanthropy & Tobacco Connection

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 25th August 2010 -  An Australian academic and anti-tobacco campaigner has challenged US billionaire and philanthropist, Bill Gates' commitment to his tobacco control projects. In an article…

Top 10 challenges for Ethics & Compliance Executives

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 27th May 2010 -  UK’s Ethical Corporation reveals the top ten challenges currently facing ethics and compliance executives. In the run up to the 3rd Global Anti-Corruption Summit, ethics…

Australians Embrace Ethical Shopping

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 5th May 2010 -  Shopping with a conscience is taking off in Australia and the Asia/Pacific, with over six in ten survey respondents buying items that are based on merchant social responsibility…

Ethical Spending Starts Close to Home

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 8th April 2010 -  The adage “charity begins at home” appears to be alive and well according to the latest survey by MasterCard Worldwide, which has found Australians are more willing…

Launch of Ethics Fellow for NFP Sector

Staff Reporter, Monday, 14th September 2009 -  Patrick McClure AO, a former Mission Australia CEO has been appointed as an Ethics Fellow for the Not for Profit Sector to help build community capacity. The appointment is a joint…

Ethics & Employee Loyalty – New Study

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th May 2009 -  A survey by Beaton Consulting and Not for Profit organisation, the St James Ethics Centre has found a link between an employer’s approach to ethics, and productivity and loyalty…

World’s Most Ethical Companies

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 30th April 2009 -  Westpac Banking Group has emerged again as the only Australian company to make it onto a global list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies. The list is published by the Ethisphere…

Ethical Leaders Who Made a Difference in 07

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 24th January 2008 -  Two Australians have made it into a global list of ethical leaders who made a difference in 2007. Ethical Corporation in the UK selected 15 individuals from business, politics and…

Business and Human Rights Workshop

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 24th January 2008 -  One of Australia’s foremost authorities on Human Rights, Professor Brian Burdekin will be a key speaker at the Business and Human Rights workshop to be held on 5 March 2008 in…

Ethical Leaders Who Made a Difference in 07

Staff Reporter, Monday, 14th January 2008 -  Two Australians have made it into a global list of ethical leaders who made a difference in 2007. Ethical Corporation in the UK selected 15 individuals from business, politics and…

Australia’s Wesfarmers in List of World’s Most Ethical Companies

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 24th May 2007 -  Wesfarmers in Western Australia has featured as the only Australian owned company in a list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies by Ethisphere magazine in the US. And according…

FIA Endorses e-Philanthropy Code of Ethics

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 28th July 2005 -  Sue-Anne Wallace, Chief Executive of Fundraising Institute Australia says a key project for the FIA in 2005 and 2006 is to develop a suite of codes for fundraising practice, including…
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