NCOSS has been holding the first meetings of our working groups on financial literacy, employment and housing over the past few weeks, bringing together women across the sector, business, academia and beyond to progress the Action Plan for Women established at the New Year for Women Summit.
An update from AON
The much anticipated Privacy Amendment (Notifiable Data Breaches) Bill 2016 passed in parliament on 13 February 2017.
The new law means that it is mandatory for you to notify the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) and the affected individuals if your organisation has a data breach.
On 26 April, NCOSS CEO Tracy Howe gave evidence at the Committee hearing into gender segregation in the workplace and its impact on women's economic equality. Here are her opening remarks:
The Growth Project, a not-for-profit organisation is providing an opportunity for small charities to participate in its leadership development program for 2017. The...
Harvard University’s Ron Heifetz, in Can leadership be learned? Acknowledges that you can’t simply copy down notes on how to practice leadership but the skills can be developed. He “distinguishes between using authority to apply known answers to problems — the realm of technical knowledge...
Giving Australia 2016: Philanthropy and Philanthropists Report in research by The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, with the Centre for Social Impact Swinburne and The Centre for Corpor
NCOSS Young Women's Advisory Panel member and the youngest Australian civil society delegate at the Commission on the State of Women (CSW61), Harpreet Dhillon, has made the news.
Yesterday saw the release of the draft report of IPART’s Review of Social and Affordable Housing Rent Models.
This article, ...