HLB Mann Judd partnered with Good360 to deliver this survey with one aim – to find out what goods the charities need, but cannot afford to purchase. The survey was distributed nationally to the ENFP community of 650 charities, Good360 database of registered charities and social media networks. 106 charity organisations responded to the survey.
The Productivity Commission is the Australian Government’s independent research and advisory body on a range of economic, social and environmental issues affecting the welfare of Australians. Its role, expressed most simply, is to help governments make better policies, in the long term interest of the Australian community.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission have launched their 2015 report and it is now available for viewing online. The 2015 report is the most comprehensive record to date of the Australian charity sector. For the first time the report includes: - the size and shape of the whole of the charity sector -more than 51,000 individual charities included
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Volunteer Manager Training: Empower Your Communication With Body Language
2 February 2017, 10.00am-2.00pm
Springwood Hub, 106-108 Macquarie Rd, Springwood
ANROWS is calling for research grant applications in a range of priority areas aimed at stemming the rate of violence against women. Topics build on the work ANROWS has done since their launch in 2013, as well as taking into account recommended research areas identified through recent government and royal commission inquiries.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) released a Discussion Paper for its Elder Abuse Inquiry, Elder Abuse (DP 83), and is calling for comments and feedback on its law reform proposals. Elder abuse usually refers to the abuse or neglect of older people by family, friends and carers. Psychological and financial abuse are common types of elder abuse.
The latest Australian Child Health Poll has found Australian parents are disregarding safety guidelines, with the majority allowing more than one child on a trampoline and most parents not supervising children while they use them. The poll also reveals that one in six Australian children has sustained an injury such as a broken bone, concussion or strains