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Featured Archives - Page 5 of 29 - Third Sector - News, Leadership and Professional Development

Most ethical retailers revealed

Three months since the Australian Modern Slavery Act was legislated, a report laun…

World Vision criticises Federal Budget’s approach to aid

Humanitarian organisation World Vision has criticised the Federal Budget’s approach to a…

R U OK? announces new CEO

R U OK? has announced the appointment of Katherine Newton as Chief Executive Officer.

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Queensland local takes home Telstra social enterprise award

Telstra Queensland Business Women’s For Purpose and Social Enterprise Award went to Dush…

Oaktree announces new CEO

Oaktree, a youth-run aid and development charity, has named Shani Cain as the ne…

Educating young men: A CEO’s journey

Having lived in Indonesia for nearly 30 years I have witnessed the economic hardships that…

PROJECT FUTURES announces new CEO

PROJECT FUTURES, a charity helping those affected by human trafficking and sex slavery, ha…

Perfect Pitch: Top tips for wooing corporate partners to your cause

Having spent many years talking with corporate Australia about partnership opportunities, …

Oxfam Chief announces retirement

Oxfam Australia’s Chief Executive Dr Helen Szoke is retiring, Oxfam Australia’s Board Ch…

Charity reacts to cardinal George Pell’s sentencing

Disgraced cardinal George Pell has been jailed for a maximum six years for “brazen” abuse …

New CEO for Council on the Ageing WA

Council on the Ageing Western Australia (COTA WA) has named Christine Allen as their new C…

Woolies, Share the Dignity partner to end period poverty

3.2 million Australians are currently living below the poverty line and 52% of those are w…

What to learn from international fundraising trends

“It’s important of every sector, but particularly this sector, to look at what is happ…

“It is not unlawful to sexually harass volunteers”: How NFPs are protecting the sectors most vulnerable

Major peak bodies, CEOs and executives have called for law and behavioural changes to addr…

Charities charging for services will not hurt sustainability

A new study has found there is no correlation between charging for services and managing s…

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