Leep NGO Inc
Working Across Cultures: Tools & Strategies
28 September 2016, 1.00pm-4.45pm, Lake Parramatta Meeting Room, Lake Parramatta Reserve, Illawong Dr, North Parramatta
Wealth in Australia is becoming heavily concentrated among a tiny, super-wealthy elite. Manifestations of this inequality include signs of obscene wealth and extreme poverty. Governments are struggling to tackle this problem. But could philanthropy be part of the solution? The altruistic behaviour of some of Australia’s wealthy is being promoted
NAB Behavioural & Industry Economics research has shown that Australians believe it is important for them to feel “connected” with their local community. But how connected do they really feel and what would they change within their communities to improve their sense of personal wellbeing if they could? In this special report, NAB addresses these two important questions.
Being's ‘Into the Light’ is a short three-part video resource in Arabic. It aims to engage the Arabic-speaking communities in NSW on psychological health, distress and seeking help. The resource also seeks to improve the understanding of mainstream services about psychological issues affecting Arabic-speaking communities and individuals.
The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC) has published a new guidance to help the public and donors understand charity administration costs. The set of frequently asked questions (FAQs), Charities and administration costs, highlights the common issues raised by the public and sets out the ACNC’s view.
In this article for Eureka Street, Roland Manderson, Acting Executive Director of Anglicare Australia, argues that “the thinking behind the Productivity Commission inquiry into increasing competition, contestability and informed user choice in human services is fundamentally flawed. Using a contestable market to make the delivery of human services more effective
Never think of your event as a stand-alone. That’s a waste of your time. Always think in terms of “What’s next?” Think in terms of next, depending on where your event attendees are along the relationship continuum. Some attendees may just be connecting with you for the first time. Your next goal with them is to get them more interested and involved.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) have released a suite of four educational resources for consumers with disability and the businesses supplying them. These resources include an Easy English guide that explains consumer rights clearly, including numerous pictures (this guide is suitable for consumers with an intellectual disability);
The strategic and organisational impacts and implications of the new customer-driven, competitive marketplace of human services are profound. Never before and probably never again will the boards, chief executive officers and senior managers of Australian community businesses (NFPs) face such a cataclysmic shift in the way they need to think, behave and operate.