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Featured Archives - Page 2 of 24 - Third Sector - News, Leadership and Professional Development

Australia’s 2018 human rights record heavily criticised

A Human Rights Report Card has found Australia continues to fall significantly behind on i…

GetUp will “target” Coalition MPs in new public campaign

As the 2019 federal election looms, GetUp asks the public to choose from 18 Coalition MPs …

Public sector job vacancies rises to new peak

The ABS has released data on Australian job vacancies

Wealthy donors likely to give more when made to feel powerful

Wealthy donors give more when approached with messaging that makes them feel important

2018 in review: The biggest stories in the sector

Third Sector looks back at some of the most compelling and controversial news that the cha…

Charities’ New Year’s resolutions shaping 2019

With New Year’s Eve approaching fast, Third Sector asked two major organisations what th…

“The magic of Christmas”: The fundraising campaign that works

Major aid organisations offers the gift of giving to drive donations this Christmas season

How to turn seasonal volunteers into regular helpers

Third Sector spoke to Volunteering Australia CEO, Adrienne Picone, to find out how organis…

What to expect from the new NFP accounting standard

Explainer: why the changes to accounting standards matter to the not-for-profit and charit…

“We need to evolve to shift the game”: Why merging is key to remaining relevant long into the future

Asthma Australia CEO Michele Goldman spoke on how merging could ensure organisations remai…

Coca-Cola partners with social enterprise to tackle waste and raise funds for charities

A new collaboration between Coca-Cola Australia and a social enterprise aims to find solut…

The advantages and struggles for a charity affiliated with a big brand

Barbara Ryan, CEO of Ronald McDonald House Charities shares the advantages and struggles o…

The leaders of tomorrow pushed back at parliament house

Morrison said he wanted “less activism in schools”: what he got instead was a group of…

Is the government harming the charity sector?

Is the government more harmful to the charity sector than supportive?

Matchmaking tool connects donors with charities this Giving Tuesday

This Giving Tuesday, Australian donors can easily connect with a charity that best suits t…

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