10 years of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission
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For the Love of Humanity: People, Place and Planet
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
1y ago
In this special national conference podcast, we hear from our three Keynote Listeners – Naomi Anstess, Armine Nalbandian and Niall Fay – about some of the key moments, insights and observations they gleaned this week. It’s a powerful finale that offers stimulating reflections on our conference theme – For the Love of Humanity: People, Place and Planet ..read more
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Health justice partnerships and strategic philanthropy
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
1y ago
In this Philanthropy Australia podcast we hear how this innovative piece of strategic philanthropy has helped to build a "quiet revolution'' that is helping to embed access to justice, and providing clients with a pathway through the complex web of health and legal issues ..read more
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Making sense of the complex act of giving
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
1y ago
Many Australians give what they can, when they can. But what looks like a straightforward act of generosity is often driven by deeper motives. In the start of Series Three of Philanthropy Australia's Podcast, we talk to Dr Cassandra Chapman, an expert on the psychology of giving, about what drives us to give ..read more
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Unique calendar at heart of preserving local knowledge in Arnhem Land
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
A holistic and collaborative approach to land management in parts of Arnhem Land has had a remarkable outcome for local First Nations communities - the creation of a bi-cultural school model that helps ensure local knowledge and language is preserved. In this podcast, the Karrkad Kanjdji Trust and Dusseldoro Forum talk about their role in working with communities and the power of 'catalytic philanthropy' to help deliver outcomes across this vast and remote area ..read more
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Inside the new resource to support giving
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
It’s a ‘desk companion’. It could work like ‘a cookbook’ – pick what you need. Or a resource to dip into: it’s Australia’s first philanthropy toolkit to help individuals, families, and advisers across their philanthropic journey. Perpetual Private launched the Australian Philanthropy Toolkit as part of its ongoing partnership with the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society (Stanford PACS), based in California, USA. On this Philanthropy Australia podcast, we hear from Perpetual Private’s Managing Partner for Community & Social Investment, Caitriona Fay and Senior Fellow at Stanfo ..read more
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Building rural and regional communities for the long haul
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
How do you support not-for-profit organisations in our regional areas to build their capacity and enable them to become more robust and durable? The answer may be in a program rolled out by the Foundation for Rural & Regional Renewal in Partnership with the Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation – it’s called Investing in Rural Community Futures Program. On our first Philanthropy Australia podcast of 2022, we talk to those involved and get a taste of just what a difference this program can make ..read more
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Passion and priorities: New Gen focuses on the future​
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
Philanthropy Australia's New Gen network is all about compelling ideas, fresh energy and unique collaboration. We talk to New Gen's new Co-Chairs Bella Wiggs and Martin Green in this Philanthropy Australia podcast and hear about their goals and ambitions to engage their peers in driving social change ..read more
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Exploring data’s role in shaping post-pandemic giving
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
During the past 18 months, we have been able to access a combination of new and established data to give us a clearer picture about how philanthropy and the for-purpose sector has coped with the bushfire and COVID crisis. But what does this data tell us about the challenges the sector faces? What does it say about how we can plot our way forward? And how can we use the data to help shape policy? We hear from JB Were’s John McLeod, Professor Kristy Muir, CEO of the Centre for Social Impact, Strive Philanthropy Co-Founder Jarrod Miles and Seer Data and Analytics CEO Kristi Mansfield, who offer t ..read more
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Homelessness: the problem that can be solved
Philanthropy Australia Podcast
by Philanthropy Australia
2y ago
Homelessness has often been treated as a problem that cannot be solved. But what if there are ways to make a difference, by taking a more strategic approach? Listen to Kenneth Myer Innovation Fellow, David Pearson, outline a way forward that offers an end to homelessness. Join David, Philanthropy Australia and Sidney Myer Fund & The Myer Foundation for a discussion about philanthropy and ending homelessness on Tuesday, July 20, from 2-3pm: https://events.humanitix.com/philanthropy-australia-and-the-sidney-myer-fund-and-the-myer-foundation-partnership-event  The Myer Foundation and Sid ..read more
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