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The Commission of Audit Wants to Rip Up Australia’s Social Contract

Staff Reporter, Friday, 2nd May 2014 -  The costs of many of the Commission of Audit’s recommendations may ultimately be too high for Australia, writes Veronica Sheen, Research Associate, School of Social Sciences

Alarm Unjustified Over Ageing Population – Report

Lina Caneva, Tuesday, 29th April 2014 -  The impending retirement of baby boomers that has prompted alarm in policy circles is unjustified, a university report has shown. In the report, The ageing of the Australian population:

Long-term Youth Unemployment Triples in Six Years: Study

Staff Reporter, Monday, 14th April 2014 -  New research nearly 18 per cent of unemployed 15 to 24-year-olds fall into the “long-term unemployed” category, according to this piece first published on The Conversation

New Migrants Reveal Settlement Issues – Report

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 25th March 2014 -  More than half of new migrants to Australia say that the Government provides adequate services to assist them to settle, with some saying it is too generous, a new report has revealed.…


Empowerment Through Art

Staff Reporter, Monday, 24th February 2014 -  With a passion for art as well as for teaching, Arts Manager Melanie Cass has been armed with the right mix of skills to lead a successful Not for Profit arts program for people with and


Why Abbott Can’t Delete ‘Society’ From His Economic Growth Script

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 5th February 2014 -  Prime Minister Tony Abbott’s free market, small government leaning overlooks the real issue of social inequality, writes Veronica Sheen,Research Associate, Political

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What is Your Social Media Response Time?

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 26th November 2013 -  Success using social media can depend on how quickly an organisation responds to the people who are trying to interact with it. In today’s Hot Topic, PhD researcher Karen Sutherland

Meditation App NFP Names Top Board

Staff Reporter, Monday, 11th November 2013 -  The Australian Not for Profit that set up the  Mindfulness Meditation App Smiling Mind has named a high profile board with the goal of making Smiling Mind part of the Australian…

Cohesion Study Reveals Australia’s Trust Issues

Staff Reporter, Tuesday, 22nd October 2013 -  Research released by the Scanlon Foundation, shows Australian trust levels toward government and fellow citizens are falling, and discrimination is on the rise. The Mapping Social

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Should NFPs Use Interns to Manage Social Media?

Staff Reporter, Thursday, 26th September 2013 -  For Not for Profits finding social media an arduous task on top of an already heavy workload, is handing over the responsibility to interns a viable solution, asks PhD researcher Karen

Young Australians Overqualified and Underemployed

Staff Reporter, Wednesday, 18th September 2013 -  An annual study into how young people are faring in Australia reveals a misalignment between the skills many young people have and the jobs that are available to them. The report by…

Jobs Faceoff between Aussie Youth and Working Tourists

Staff Reporter, Monday, 2nd September 2013 -  New research suggests tourists on working holiday visas are trumping unemployed local youth in the battle for jobs, prompting calls from academics for changes to migration policy.…
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