National accounting firm, HLB Mann Judd, has for the second year in a row been named “Best Accountancy Firm (revenue between $50 million and $500 million)” in the 2014 BRW Client Choice Awards.
The problem with collaborative efforts is that organisations enter into them with some kind of belief in magic and then face the inevitable disappointment, a national conference on Collective Impact has been told.
The world’s largest corporates are split on the effectiveness of ‘naming and shaming’ campaigns conducted by Not for Profits, global research suggests.
Despite a massive increase in the number of companies using social media to communicate their efforts around sustainability and corporate social responsibility, quantity hasn’t translated into quality, according to findings of the 2013 Social Media Sustainability Index.
Australian mining companies are employing a debatable and ill-defined concept to justify their presence in local communities, new University of Melbourne research suggests.
The corporate social responsibility reputations of some of the world’s corporate giants are under threat from association with politically-charged major sporting events.
Two philanthropic leaders have been named in the Australian Businesswomen’s Network (ABN) 2014 Hall of Fame as part of International Women’s Day.
CEO of the Foundation for Young Australians (FYA), Jan Owen AM - the AFR and Westpac Group Woman of Influence in 2012 - shares her insights into what the community sector can do to encourage and engage young people.
Australia’s largest oil and gas company, Woodside, has announced it will contribute up to $20 million over 10 years to support programs and Not for Profit organisations that focus on early childhood development.
Australian anti-tobacco campaigners are leveraging last week’s announcement by a US retail chain that it would stop selling cigarettes and other tobacco products at its 7,600 stores, encouraging Australian retailers to do the same.
Applications are open for the 2014 Social Enterprise Awards, expanded by new categories recognising those investing and buying in the social enterprise sector.
Social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham unpack the issues around ‘backbone organisations’ for early-stage Collective Impact initiatives.
A tense legal battle is unfolding in the US over an emerging Corporate Social Responsibility issue - the mining and use of tiny minerals contained in consumer goods. CRS Reporter Nadia Boyce investigates.
Five Australian companies are among the Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World recently named at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
Unilever Australia and New Zealand representative Emma Peacock spoke to Pro Bono Australia News about the findings of a white paper on engaging employees in sustainability.
Joy Nunn of Lentara UnitingCare and Huon Damm of the Better Futures Local Solutions program at the City of Hume in Victoria respond to Pro Bono Australia’s Impact Opinion column, contending that Collective impact approaches are helping transform Australian communities.
Soraya Dean of the Australian Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility interviews Jonathon Hanks, Managing Director of Incite Sustainability in Cape Town, South Africa ahead of his forthcoming Australian trip.
Australian banking giant Westpac has taken out top place in the “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World” list announced at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
The cohort of ‘early adopters’ of Collective Impact must move beyond community and government leaders and include more philanthropists and business leaders, according to social change advocates Dawn O’Neil AM and Kerry Graham.
Cash donations are the most dominant form of community investment among Western Australian corporates, a benchmarking scheme has revealed.
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