Topic: Not-for-Profit


governance in focus disability organisations

The AICD released its NFP Governance and Performance Study in September 2017, providing our annual insight into governance trends and concerns for the NFP sector.

A path through the governance minefield in 2020

Will 2020 prove to be a year of change for boards – a year in which listed-company boards respond decisively to growing stakeholder pressure for organisation change?

UK changes elevate disclosure on stakeholder considerations

Australian directors interested in the future of governance should examine recent reforms in the United Kingdom that could take disclosure of Environmental, Social and Governance data – and the board ...

Index fund pressure on governance to grow in 2020

The global boom in shareholder activism is being fuelled by an unlikely source: index managed funds. These so-called “passive” funds – described as the new “kingmakers” in financial markets – are taki...

Ethics in the Boardroom

A guide to making ethical decisions.

This NFP is using microfinancing for social good

Grameen Australia provides loans to small businesses in poor communities. Its CEO Kat Dunn shares how the organisation, founded by Muhammad Yunus, connects ideas and money for social good.

How NFP The Big Issue restored financial sustainability

The Big Issue chair Sonya Clancy shares the model for growth that turned the social enterprise around with the help of homeless, marginalised and disadvantaged people.

Bushfires pose challenges for NFPs

The catastrophic bushfires that Australia has witnessed this season started months earlier than usual, the ferocity of which has been described as unprecedented by experts. Horrific scenes were broadc...

Testing times for aid agencies

Rising operational risks and funding constraints challenge boards.

Coping with tumultuous change in the disabilities sector

Vision Australia chairman uses his disability and expertise in law and banking to good effect in governance.
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