Monthly Archives: July 2018

ISTR not the Ishtar Conference

Guest post by Alexandra Williamson The International Society for Third-sector Research known as ISTR or “I Star” – (editor’s note: which sounds to us at ozphilanthropy like Ishtar, goddess of love, fertility and sometimes community) is an international membership association … Continue reading

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Charity Fundraising in the 21st Century

There is a new Senate inquiry into Charity Fundraising in the 21st Century.  Submissions close on 6 August and the committee is to report on or before 18 October 2018. This caught my eye because one of the terms of … Continue reading

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Civil Society, Digital Democracy?

Perpetual has hosted its third installment of discussions and workshops with Stanford PACS (Centre on Philanthropy and Civil Society) with a session entitled Civil Society in an Age of Digital Democracy. Lucy Bernholz partly deconstructed the title of the session … Continue reading

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