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Community and Associations Newsletter - October 2018

Community and Associations Newsletter - October 2018

Published on 22 Oct 2018 by Hayley Aldrich, Josephine Heesh, and Merryn Lynch

Introduction This month we offer comments across a range of areas: 1. For basic religious charities, see recommendations from the ACNC Review. 2. For indigenous constitutional recognition, see our analysis of where the debate has reached. 3. For anyone serving on a not for profit board, read about the importance of the company’s constitution. 4. For those working daily with red tape, see some further measures to reduce it. We trust you will enjoy this read.

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John Robertson, Executive General Manager, Foodbank NSW & ACT

Published on 23 Oct 2018

Topic: Food Insecurity – It’s in your street, but not always on your street “The number of Australians living with food insecurity is increasing each year and shows no sign of slowing or decreasing. Add to that, for the first time since records have been kept, full time employment makes up less than half of the Australian labour force and wages growth is stagnant. Perhaps it’s time as a nation to confront a new reality, not all Australians are not all as lucky as we have been lead to believe.”

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Dr Simon Longstaff AO FCPA

Published on 9 Oct 2018

Topic: Trust, Legitimacy & the Ethical Foundations of the Market Economy At the Ethics Centre, we spend a lot of time talking to regulators, investors, business leaders and civil society. In recent years, the tone of our conversations has changed. These groups are feeling the sharp decline in trust of our major institutions, including corporations, and its threat not only to our prosperity but also to the character of our society. The very purpose of corporations is being questioned. Business leaders are seeking to understand how to restore trust, while regulators are asking fundamental questions about what may have gone wrong.

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