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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.
This report builds on the research of previous years and represents the most comprehensive record to date of the Australian charity sector.
This guide draws on a wealth of resources including the latest and seminal ideas on leadership. It is intended for emerging and established leaders across the social purpose ecosystem, from not-for-profits through social enterprises to socially responsible businesses.
This report profiles almost 19,000 of Australia’s smallest charities registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits Commission (ACNC), each of which reported an income of less than $50,000 in 2015.
In 2015, 37.1% of Australia’s 50,908 charities had an income...
Australia’s charities deliver services, make grants, and perform a wide range of other activities to advance health, education, welfare, religious and other charitable causes. This report provides the most comprehensive record to date of charities registered with Australia’s charities regulator, the Australian Charities and Not-for-Profits...
The Australian Charities Report 2014 is the first analysis of its kind, revealing previously unknown facts about the finances and sustainability of Australia’s charity sector.
Produced by the Centre for Social Impact in partnership with the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of...
A whacking stick is not enough to get young people into work
Kristy Muir; Abigail Powell, and Rose Butler
Australia’s young people are facing some urgent problems. The unemployment rate of 15 to 24-year-olds, at a staggering 13.9%, is more than double the...
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.