02 October 2014
The national charity regulator, the ACNC, has come out fighting for its future releasing a new report that shows Commonwealth funding agreement obligations are imposing a greater burden on charities than legislative obligations.
The Abbott Government’s proposed changes to youth payments violate Australia’s human rights obligations, a bipartisan Parliamentary report has found.
Older people are better off living in Albania than Australia when it comes to their incomes, a new global report has revealed.
A Not for Profit review of the Queensland Government’s poker machine ‘red tape reduction’ initiative has found that the plan increases gambling revenue and is a threat to vulnerable pokie victims and any future reform.
The Salvation Army has called on all political parties in Victoria to consider the needs of disadvantaged and vulnerable in the lead up to the November State election.
Only 14 per cent of Australians die at home, despite 70 per cent of them wanting to, and dying is more institutionalised in Australia than in most other countries, according to a new report by the Grattan Institute.
Two young social entrepreneurs have been awarded $10,000 each from the Qantas Foundation to take their social change ideas to the next level.
One in every £34 ($AUD 63) spent on advertising in the UK comes from charities and direct marketing constantly dominates paid advertising by charities, according to new research.
President of the Australian Human Rights Commission Professor Gillian Triggs has warned that Australia must support the rule of law in the current international climate and with the introduction of anti-terror laws.
US Not for Profit technology guru Heather Mansfield has given her top 10 tips for creating the best and most effective e-newsletters.
An app development program that aims to empower young people to use technology as a tool for positive social change has been launched by the Foundation for Young Australians and Samsung Electronics Australia.
A national campaign that aims to get Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander young people to talk about problems affecting their mental health and wellbeing has been launched.
A new Foundation has been launched to honor the memory of a noted Tasmanian, Dr Erica Bell along with $20,000 in awards for literature and medical research.
The Governments of Australia and Denmark have signed an historic agreement in an attempt to create skilled employment for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
The CEO of a major organisation for Not for Profit organisations who deliver employment services under existing Job Services Australia contracts has written an open letter to express his “gravest concerns” about reforms affecting unemployed people under the age of 30.