The Federal Government is cracking down on workplace bullying and introducing an all-encompassing law that makes bullying conduct unlawful. Business adviser Ruth Knight offers her tips on how to prepare a Not for Profit organisation for the change. Bullying is a horribly common problem for all...
Please recycle unused hearing aids! The Australian Government provides assistance with Hearing Aids to children and students up to age 25, pensioners and returned Services personnel. Many people, including the homeless and refugees, do not qualify for government assistance and Better Hearing...
The Closing the Gap Clearinghouse has recently released two new papers on engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. The articles examine a spectrum of engagement concepts and processes, and provide a strong focus on partnerships, participation and self-determination in...
The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse will be holding free information sessions around the country. Separate information sessions have been designed for professionals and supporters. These events are designed to provide information to professionals whose clients...
Corporate Community is Pro Bono Australia's latest initiative bringing together the willingness of business to address social issues with the community organisations already at the coal-face. The new website will provide news, expert opinion and in depth discussion on all aspects of Corporate...
Knowledge circle is a resource that celebrates new approaches to keeping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children safe and happy in their communities. The aim is to share knowledge about "what works" in delivering positive outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, families...
The close the gap coalition is gearing up for National close the gap day 2014 . You and your organisation are invited to take part in the day by hosting an event or activity to raise awareness of, and support for, the campaign. National close the gap day is the largest Aboriginal and Torres Strait...
The national aboriginal community controlled health organisation (NACCHO) has just launched an Aboriginal health app. The app promotes the Sports Healthy Futures Program and has information on health organisations, information lines and online services for Aboriginal people. The NACCHO App also...
QCOSS is currently undertaking a research project to investigate the impact that water prices are having on financial hardship. While electricity prices are often front page news, water prices have also increased in recent years and QCOSS is keen to identify how this can impact consumers. The...
Managing Through Change: Human Resource Implications and Future Sustainability VIEW THE WORKSHOP FLYER The Queensland community services sector is going through a period of great change. Some organisations are facing short-term funding reductions, whilst the overall long-term trend is for growth...

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