A new nationwide survey says Australians are giving less to charity, with the average annual donation amount dropping from $317 to $283 - a trend not seen in other research in 2013.
Australian students with disabilities are still being denied the rights of an inclusive education enshrined in the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, according to a Not for Profit White Paper to be launched this week.
Research released by the Scanlon Foundation, shows Australian trust levels toward government and fellow citizens are falling, and discrimination is on the rise.
New research findings, set to be submitted to the Federal Government later this month, identify strategies on affordable justice for Australia’s working poor.
Many adolescents with autism are struggling with bullying and unmet educational needs, according to new research by Not for Profit, Autism Spectrum Australia (Aspect).
A ground breaking Not for Profit survey of thousands of Australian doctors and medical students has revealed they are burnt-out, more likely to experience psychological distress and suicidal thoughts than the general community and are drinking too much alcohol.
The issue of young people with disabilities living in nursing homes will not be resolved despite the introduction of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, according to a report by the Summer Foundation and global professional services company, PricewaterhouseCoopers.
The Climate Council, the newly formed, independent environment Not for Profit, has released its summary of The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report, which has found that scientists were now more certain that increasing global temperatures since 1950 were caused primarily by human activities.
The new Climate Council led by Tim Flannery has received almost $1 million in public donations to secure its position as an independent source of public information on the changing climate.
An international review led by the University of Melbourne has found children and young people experience poor mental health, depression and anxiety following experiences of racism.
Harnessing private cash to finance public services via ‘Social Impact Bonds’ is unlikely to appeal to mainstream investors because of the impossibly high risks they would have to shoulder, new UK research reveals.
A new study has found that community service orders reduce the number of adults re-offending in NSW.
International accounting and advisory firm, BDO has launched its Australian Not for Profit Fraud Survey 2014, saying fraud is still one of the biggest threats to the sector.
Australians are staying in their jobs for longer, according to new figures released last week that show a shift to longer term employment.
New US research has strengthened the link between prison education and the post-release employment prospects of prisoners.
Organisations risk alienating prospective supporters through poor recruitment practices, new research suggests.
The average full time weekly wage has risen 4.8% to $1,485.80 per week in the past 12 months, according the latest Australian Bureau of Statistics report.
A new study from mental health charity, SANE Australia, reports that stigma and discrimination against people with mental illness is widespread, harmful to recovery, and is a major barrier to participation in society for those affected.
The Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies at Queensland University of Technology has signed a memorandum of understanding about research co-operation with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust has announced 109 recipients of 2013 Churchill Fellowships who are poised to boost their expertise by undertaking research projects throughout the world.
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