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29 May 2017

Authorities Online have produced a number of blogs and developed a series of...

25 May 2017

Last week, 100 academics signed an open letter to the Prime Minister urging him to hold a Royal Commission into violence, abuse and neglect against people with disability in institutional and residential settings.

In March, the Government rejected a recommendation of a cross Party Senate Committee to hold a Royal Commission. 

25 May 2017

Last week marked the Family Matters National Week of Action (14–20 May). The Family Matters campaign is Australia’s national campaign to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and young people grow up safe and cared for in family, community and culture. The National Week of Action raised awareness to harness public engagement and political commitment nationally, and in NSW. 

24 May 2017

On Monday 22 May, our CEO, Tracy Howe, gave evidence at the Staysafe (Joint Standing Committee on Road Safety) Inquiry where she addressed committee members and answered their questions around our submission.

18 May 2017

Executive director at KordaMentha Corporate, Heather Brown,  in...

18 May 2017

Why would you become a whistleblower when you know the potential risk to your long term employment options?  One proposal is to pay a bounty or reward.  The Governance Institute of Australia outlines the potential risks of such schemes in...

18 May 2017

Better Boards intents this article, Adaptive Directorship: Creating Organisations that Flourish in Unpredictable Environments to look at “what attributes, beyond pure technical skills, individual boards must possess in order to help their organisations thrive in a world that is constantly changing and is

18 May 2017

Social impact investing, Indigenous evaluation and simpler welfare outlines the Federal Government’s commitments in the 2017-18 Budget to stimulate the local market for impact investing.  Over $30m has been committed whereby nearly two-thirds has been set aside for innovative programs, with...

18 May 2017

The Shared Value Project drives the “adoption and implementation of shared value strategies among leading companies, civil society and government organisations by providing thought leadership, knowledge and networks.”  Program membership ($7,500 for NFPs) provide

17 May 2017

Every workplace at some point is impacted by death.  It can be a colleague loosing their partner or a colleague dying.

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