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02 June 2017

Liquor and Gaming NSW is reviewing the process that helps control gaming machine numbers within venues and local areas and reduces harms linked to problem gambling. They are calling for submissions from community groups to provide input into the review. 

02 June 2017

AHURI invites you to the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on 29 June 2017 for their next one-day conference - Affordability and liveability in our cities. This is a national conversation, and policy-makers and practitioners from across Australia are encouraged to attend.

01 June 2017

Be quick! Applications for both awards close at midnight on 30 June 2017. 

29 May 2017

The value of philanthropy is an interesting question, on the hand, why should the wealthy be able to use their money to influence social change, particularly as they are not democratically accountable.  On the other hand ‘philanthropic dollars can be used in a very different way to government dollars, precisely because they are not subject to the same sort of accountability’.

29 May 2017

The recent ransomware attacks raise the question:  Why is cyber security not working? KordaMentha’s observations suggest that it is in part due to employees not being aware of what they need to be watching for and the organisation not valuing data as a financial asset. 

29 May 2017

The legal firm Clyde and Co in What Are Your Privacy Obligations Under A Commonwealth Contract? outline these obligations if you have a contract with the Commonwealth government in relation to information handling and data management.

29 May 2017

Laying the Foundations: Building a Social Media Presence, accepts that there is confusion around social...

29 May 2017

Tough decisions are often associated with those grey areas where there isn’t a clear precedent or obvious way forward but are often the decisions where you have to get it right. Joseph L.

29 May 2017

New research looking at the community sector workforce found that Workplace Stress is Reaching Toxic Levels in Social Sector.

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