Collective power is key to a fair democracy
I had been working on the issue of climate change for a decade when I started to wonder – why aren’t we winning? The environmental imperative for action was clear and strong public support was there – yet, successive governments failed to answer the call to deliver action.Read more
The Majority World – what’s in a phrase?
At the recent Philanthropy Australia conference, Dr Salmah Eva-Lina Lawrence used a phrase - 'Majority World' - and started a conversation.
What the rise of community independents tells us about philanthropy
Perhaps the 2022 federal election has eased the tight ethical tension between philanthropy and politics, where money, influence and consequence sit in uncomfortable proximity
Philanthropy Australia Podcast: For the Love of Humanity: People, Place and Planet
In this special national conference podcast, we hear from our three Keynote Listeners – Naomi Anstess, Arminé Nalbandian and Niall Fay
Time to support Indigenous-led philanthropy
A look at First Nations philanthropy.
Realising a seismic shift on climate action through philanthropy
The Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network (AEGN) has been reflecting on the implications of the recent election and what it means for environmental philanthropy.
The key questions I asked to be a better leader for social impact
Founder and CEO of the Top Blokes Foundation Melissa Abu-Gazaleh, reflects on what she took away from being part of the first cohort of the Social Impact Leadership Australia (SILA) program.