Topic: Not-for-Profit


The time for tinkering is over

The AICD last week released its latest Blueprint for Growth, a comprehensive plan to help boost productivity. With economic problems mounting, it is time to stop tinkering around the edges and get ser...

National Reforms Needed to Break Policy Paralysis

Australia’s political and business leaders need to take comprehensive action to end policy and governance paralysis, in order to boost productivity and ensure Australia can face global economic and so...

Introduction to the NFP quarterly newsletter

The Australian Institute of Company Directors is committed to assisting Not-for-Profit organisations improve their corporate governance.

Should more NFPs consider paying directors?

As governance expectations of the sector increase, many not-for-profit boards are considering director remuneration as a way to attract and retain directors.

What’s in a name? Use of the term ‘not-for-profit’

The term ‘not-for-profit’ is controversial and imperfect, and has become the subject of vigorous debate within the sector. The AICD has explored the issue with a view to forming a position on the use ...

The long-awaited not-for-profit accounting standard improvements

The recent release of three new accounting standards bring the biggest changes to not-for-profit accounting seen this century.

Policy update

Australia’s not-for-profit (NFP) sector is undergoing a period of unprecedented change in its regulatory, funding and operational environments. In this context, good governance has never been more imp...

From the Commissioner: Australian Charities Report 2015

The Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission has released the Australian Charities Report 2015, offering fascinating insights into the charity sector and, for the first time, data about the...

hART of the matter

Emily Chantiri speaks to Scott Rankin, founder of not-for-profit organisation, Big hART, about driving social change through art and creativity.

Social impact investing discussion paper

On 27 February 2017, the AICD provided a submission on the Australian Government’s discussion paper on social impact investing.
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