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Axelle Marjolin

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Axelle Marjolin is a casual Research Officer at the Centre for Social Impact. Axelle’s research at CSI spans multiple avenues of social change including financial resilience and wellbeing and cross-sector collaboration, outcomes measurement, and a systems approach to solving complex social issues. Her areas of research interest include housing and homelessness, social innovations, and the intersection of business and social change.

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22 Oct 2018

While the NDIS promises to improve the lives of more than 400,000 Australians with a disability, the scheme has been marred by a range of implementation challenges. In particular, there has been much concern over 'thin' markets. This report draws together the international literature on...

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16 May 2018

This report presents analysis of the ways Australia’s charities were growing and changing between 2014 and 2016. It uses the Annual Information Statements (AISs) provided by charities to the ACNC for the 2014 and 2016 reporting periods, thus providing an analysis of charities over three years.

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14 Mar 2018

This report contributes to a growing body of information about the rich and diverse social, economic and cultural contributions that charities make in Australia and internationally. This report also recognises the value of Australia’s charities and strengthens capacity for evidence-based regulation.

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6 Dec 2017

This report builds on the research of previous years and represents the most comprehensive record to date of the Australian charity sector.

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27 Oct 2016

The Australia We Want is the first ever benchmark of how Australia and each State and Territory is performing against values and goals prioritised by leaders from across the charities sector. These values include: just, fair, safe, inclusive, equality of opportunity, united, authentic, creative,...

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