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Battling trafficking one stitch at a time

Jonathan Alley, Friday, 27th May 2022 -  James Bartle founded Outland Denim after being inspired by popular culture, but the fashion B-Corp is battling a sobering reality. Bartle is this week’s Changemaker. James

So tell us about yourself…

Jonathan Alley, Friday, 27th May 2022 -  Sometimes a simple invitation to talk about ourselves can tangle us up in a job interview. But a straightforward story can smooth things in the interview room beautifully.  It’s a

World-first Global Period Poverty forum to launch in Brisbane

Samantha Freestone, Thursday, 26th May 2022 -  Period poverty was a little known issue in Australia until Share the Dignity founder Rochelle Courtenay raised its profile. Now she’s going global. Share the Dignity, a not


National Sorry Day is a day to commemorate those taken. But ‘sorry’ is not enough – we need action

Contributor, Thursday, 26th May 2022 -  Today is National Sorry Day. This is when we commemorate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who were forcibly removed from their families, writes Bronwyn Carlson. This

The federal election campaign is over: what did we learn?

Lex La Sala, Thursday, 26th May 2022 -  For communicators, the federal election campaign trail highlighted the tactics that work and those that don’t. Account director at Fifty Acres Lex La Sala shares her reflections

COSS Corner

Seven demands for new government, human rights conference for QLD, and a new low pay report

Contributor, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  All the latest news from the Councils of Social Service of Australia. ACOSS Australia has handed the incoming Labor government a golden opportunity to work in collaboration to address

Poli-Pix: And the winner is…

Wendy Williams, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  With the election campaign having drawn to a close, it’s time to reveal the overall winner of the Poli-Pix competition  Over the past five weeks charities across Australia have been

Rebuilding our society: What should a reimagined Australia look like?

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  A prominent advocate suggests Australians should reconsider what sort of society they want to create. COVID has forced a reset of many facets of our lives as we adjust to new ways of

Unleashing your inner radical: lessons learned from a time of upheaval

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  Radicals are the people that are ahead of their time” What makes a radical?  It’s a question that Dr Meredith Burgmann AM has been asking herself after publishing her latest book,


The election showed Australia’s huge appetite for stronger climate action. What levers can the new government pull?

Contributor, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  As the fallout continues from the federal election result, Professor John Quiggan examines tangible options for Labor’s climate change policy. As the polls closed on Saturday night,


Canberra is a brand new zoo: so know who’s who

Margaret Quixley, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  The election result has transformed the political landscape, so sector advocates need to act accordingly. Margaret Quixley and Cara Schultz of Impact Collective give some pointers


Finance 2.0 – The rise and rise of investing for impact

Ben Smith, Wednesday, 25th May 2022 -  Is ESG as transformational as the hype says it is? Ben Smith shines a light on responsible investing. The rise of environmental, social, governance (ESG) investing has been dramatic.
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