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Paper Bag Lunch: Achieving effective board governance to maximise impact
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Paper Bag Lunch: Achieving effective board governance to maximise impact

Wendy Brooks & Partners invites you to the next compelling event in our Paper Bag Lunch Series: Achieving effective board governance to maximise impact What are the qualities of a good director? What role does governance play in determining the fate of an organisation? Why should your organisation prioritise board development? Governance matters. Our third […]

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Dollars & Sense Book Launch
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Dollars & Sense Book Launch

Wendy Brooks & Partners and Deakin University’s Centre for Social Enterprise are proud partners of Dollars & Sense, a book which champions the social enterprise sector in Australia. An initiative of Geoff Harris, a Flight Centre co-founder and supporter of social enterprise in Victoria, together with author Neil Bramwell, Dollars & Sense captures the business […]

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Teach for Tomorrow – The Kokoda Track Foundation
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Teach for Tomorrow – The Kokoda Track Foundation

Education provides the building blocks for the development and progression of society, enabling every child the opportunity to realise their potential and contribute towards a more sustainable and fulfilling future. Unfortunately, with an estimated 600,000 school-aged children currently out of school, education in Papua New Guinea (PNG) is not afforded to every person and community. […]

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An amazing turnout for the May Paper Bag Lunch!
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An amazing turnout for the May Paper Bag Lunch!

We were thrilled at the amazing turn out for our second Paper Bag Lunch in 2018. We looked at the processes involved in developing engaging and impactful cross-sector partnerships with large corporates, we explored what corporates are looking for in not-for-profit and social enterprise partnerships, and we imparted strategies and resources to help you get […]

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Budget Entrenches Inequality
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Budget Entrenches Inequality

I am deeply disappointed with the Coalition’s Budget, which further reinforces the trend to inequality in Australia. The proposed changes for income tax are the most profound changes to Australia’s tax system in years. The Government is promoting a “Low and Middle Income Tax Offset”. Under this proposed budget, people earning $50,000 – $65,000 taxable […]

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