A new report has shown there is room for improvement in the way the Australian philanthropic sector collaborates and shares insights into its work.
Less than one in five CEOs in Australia are women, according to new Federal Government data.
The majority of Australian young people believe they will face barriers that will prevent from reaching their career goals after school, according to major survey.
On national White Ribbon day confronting new research has revealed that from an early age Australians look for reasons to excuse domestic violence and gender inequality.
The role of advocacy, sector collaboration and improving the method of government funding agreements are the top priorities for Australia’s Not for Profit sector, according to the 2015 national survey by Pro Bono Australia.
From CEOs of some of Australia’s largest charities and the Prime Minister, to one-person teams, the Not for Profit sector has spoken and nominated a wide range of people for the second Pro Bono Australia Impact 25.
Seventy per cent of Australian children blamed abuse at the hands of adults on drugs and alcohol, compared to just 4 per cent globally, one of the world’s largest polls of children’s views revealed.
Most Australians believe businesses should have ethical responsibilities, placing human rights and environmental concerns way above companies’ duty to return a profit to shareholders, a new survey has revealed.
A new report has revealed that even during uncertain economic times, top businesses across Australia and New Zealand have increased the amount they spend on community projects and initiatives to over $222 million a year – up by $34 million on 2014 figures.
Australia’s top 100 co-operative and mutual enterprises have grown their combined annual turnover by 14 per cent, reaching $27.9 billion, and have provided important economic competition, a report by the sector’s peak body revealed.
An independent evaluation of the Work for the Dole pilot has found the program was effective in helping participants gain confidence and self-esteem and learn skills such as team-work, communication and appropriate workplace behaviour.
A new project by the Centre for Social Impact is about to change the way Australia tracks its social progress.
Parents' charitable giving is affected by the sex of their first child, according to a new report out of the US.
Most charity mergers in the UK are “rescues” of failing organisations in a brutal environment, rather than strategic moves intended to improve services and outcomes, according to new research.
Increased levels of giving over the past year have pushed Australia into the top five of the world’s most charitable countries, according to a leading report on global generosity.
Volunteers play an important role across society, yet their contribution to the vitality of businesses and communities is often unrecognised and undervalued, according to new Australian research.
Young Australians are finding it harder to make the transition from school into full time work, according to new data released by the Foundation for Young Australians.
Australian workplaces are worse for discrimination than global averages, according to data covering 34 countries.
Seven years after the Global Financial Crisis hit, the event is still creating havoc for young jobseekers, with teenage boys and young men who are in the labor market today more likely to be unemployed, according to a national welfare agency.
The lowest paid Australian families would be hit the hardest if the Turnbull Government raises the goods and services tax to 15 per cent, according to new economic modelling.
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