New Australian research into social media in the not-for-profit sector has identified the top three methods charities employ to encourage people to give. A survey of 177 current and prospective donors, volunteers and supporters of charities revealed that the top three techniques are giving online,...
A research study has found that managers within the not-for-profit (NFP) sector are more likely to leave than their counterparts in the broader workforce. Understanding how to retain the best leaders will help NFPs increase staff satisfaction across the organisation. FIND OUT MORE : For more...
Cairns-based youth service YETI (Youth Empowered Towards Independence) has published a research report titled Dignity, Diversion, Hope and Hope: A review of interventions for volatile substance misuse in regional North Queensland. This research report involved interviews with youth and AOD workers...
Portraits in Blue, an Australian narrative research project, is led by those who are currently, or have previously, been treated for clinical depression. The project aims to capture the stories of people experiencing depression, their friends and families and those who provide support services to...
Dovetail's Schools and Drugs webinar happened a few weeks back and for those who couldn't make it along a recording of the presentation has been posted to their video library. The presentation provides an overview of the research in best practice school drug education and prevention, as well as an...
Australia is considered to be one of the world’s major ‘immigration nations‘ (together with New Zealand, Canada and the United States of America (USA). Since 1945, when the first federal immigration portfolio was created, over 7.5 million people have settled here and Australia’s overseas-born...
The Australian Clearinghouse for Youth Studies has produced a report on the sexual health of young Australians: Face the Facts: Young Australians and sexual health . The briefing offers an overview of current knowledge about rates and the transmission of HIV, gonorrhea, chlamydia and human...
Joining the Conversation is a toolkit for ethnic communities to engage with the media and become positive spokespeople for their communities. This capacity-building project was established to help Queensland’s diverse communities learn about how to promote correct and positive stories in the media...
The CALD Community Learning project offers employment pathways for culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) Queenslanders in Brisbane, Moreton Bay and Rockhampton by providing culturally appropriate individualized support to undertake and successfully complete vocational training. The project...
On 4th August 2014 PeakCare hosted a lecture by Professor Cathy Humphreys from the University of Melbourne on the nexus between child protection and domestic and family violence. It was titled: Women and their children living with domestic and family violence: principles, problems and possibilities...

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