Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world
Social Justice

Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world

The global UN Women theme for International Women’s Day 8 March 2021 is “Women in Leadership: Achieving an equal future in a COVID-19 world”. This theme celebrates the tremendous efforts by women and girls around the world in shaping a more equal future. Women bear the brunt of problems ranging from poverty to climate change, […]

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revitalising your fundraising strategy
Fundraising

revitalising your fundraising strategy

We achieved some really incredible results for our clients in 2020, both from a capacity-building perspective and the all-important fundraising dollars. But there were many times where we had to reconsider our clients fundraising strategy, given the changing needs of their communities due to COVID-19, and given internal operational challenges many organisations faced during the […]

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disruptive ideas vol.6 no.1
News

disruptive ideas vol.6 no.1

Articles and other interesting content to stimulate your thinking… the inclusive australia social inclusion index: 2019:20 report “Social exclusion costs the Australian economy $45 billion each year, and affects 6.7 million people. We are seeing some changes, maybe not in behaviour but certainly in intentions. Social inclusion is a vital part of the Sustainable Development Goals […]

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Highlights of 2020
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Highlights of 2020

Before we move on from 2020, we wanted to share with you our highlights of the year! disruptive ideas forum – funders and finance “Wendy Brooks & Partners in partnership with Bendigo Bank launched our final Disruptive Ideas Forum webinar in 2020 which examined what funders are looking for when they review not-for-profit financial reports.” View Here the big rethink “Rethink fundraising and learn […]

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Reflections on white supremacy on January 26, Invasion Day
Social Justice

Reflections on white supremacy on January 26, Invasion Day

You cannot dismantle what you cannot see. You cannot challenge what you don’t understand. Lidia Thorpe, a Djabwurrung Gunnai Gunditjmara woman and an Australian Greens Senator has called on Australians to join Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders “in acknowledging January 26 as a day of respectful reflection and mourning for those who died fighting for […]

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