Topic: Nonprofit and philanthropy

4 December, 2020
Filed under: Nonprofit and philanthropy

How generous is your profession (CEO & managing directors)?

Do you perceive Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) and Managing Directors (MDs) as stingy or generous? Philanthropy researchers assess the data of CEOs and managing directors and whether they are generous or not.

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22 February, 2021
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Engaging and retaining volunteers during a global pandemic

Retain and engaging volunteers has always been a challenge for organisations that depend on a consistent and skilled volunteer workforce, even before the pandemic. Hear strategies and real examples in future proofing your charity.

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19 March, 2020
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How a time of panic buying could yet bring us together

Panic buying and other behaviours in times of crisis may bring people together, say Gary Mortimer, Professor of Marketing and Consumer Behaviour at QUT, and Jana Bowden, Associate Professor of Marketing and Consumer Behaviour at Macquarie University.

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25 February, 2020
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Modern philanthropy and the Gospel of Wealth

In the early 20th Century, Andrew Carnegie led us into the ‘Gilded Age’ of philanthropy with his seminal work the Gospel of Wealth. Since then, a lot has changed in the world of philanthropy.

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21 November, 2018
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Creating markets for change in Fiji

UN Women are advancing gender equality and eliminating violence against women through projects such as Markets for Change.

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29 August, 2019
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The upside

The trend over the last 25 years is for the rate of giving to outpace inflation, writes Professor Myles-McGregor Lowndes and Associate Professor Wendy Scaife.

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