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Young Australians speak up for an NDIS

The Minister for Disability Reform, Jenny Macklin, today earlier this week with a group of young Australians with disability at the first National Youth Disability Conference in Melbourne to discuss progress toward a National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS). Original article

Mentors: The secret sauce in a successful social enterprise

Kylie Wyatt Program Manager at Social Traders start-up incubation program “The Crunch” explains why a mentor should be part of any social enterprise start-up success strategy. Original article

22 Aug 2014

Federal budget 2014-15 fact sheet 2: work for the dole

The Tasmanian Council of Social Services has released a fact sheet that provides a rundown of changes that will occur as a result of the expanded work for the dole program being implemented. Original article 

22 Aug 2014

FUSE: Multicutural youth summit

FUSE is a three day summit in Sydney hosted by the Multicultural Youth Advocacy Network (MYAN), 22 - 24 October 2014. It will bring together the brightest young multicultural leaders from across Australia to build a national network of change-makers. Original article

22 Aug 2014

Australia's first sexting laws to be introduced

The new laws, which will be affect Victorians, will ensure that young people who receive or send raunchy but non-exploitative sexts are spared from child pornography offences and being placed on the sex offenders register. Original article

22 Aug 2014

Young philanthropists key for future

Young philanthropists are a 'greatest natural resource' and according to young social entrepreneur, Hunter Johnson, who spoke at the 2014 Youth in Philanthropy Graduation Ceremony in Melbourne, it is vital that Australia doesn’t leave them behind. Original article

22 Aug 2014

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