Pay Equity Bill released for consultation

Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse today released an exposure draft of the Pay Equity Bill for public consultation. “The Government is committed to achieving pay equity in New Zealand and providing a practical and fair process for employees to follow if they feel they are not being paid what their job is worth […]

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Invitation to a Briefing in Wellington

                          Invitation to a Briefing Funding relationships research project:    Date: Monday 20 March 2017, 10 – 11am   Venue: Hui E!, Level 4, 120 Featherston Street, corner of Waring Taylor St, Wellington   In the NGO sector we have a lot of experience […]

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Women Walk and Work for Peace 2017

2017 WWW4Peace International Women’s Day Event (Wellington) www4peace January 28, 2017 2017 WWW4Peace International Women’s Day Event (Wellington)2017-01-28T21:27:39+00:00 Featured, News & Events No Comment  Women Walk and Work for Peace 2017 International Women’s Day Celebration in Wellington- He rā whakanui i ngā Wāhine o te ao ki Pōneke! Wednesday  |  8 March 2017  |  11am […]

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The 10 Most Popular SSIR Articles of 2016

By Justine Drennan Dec. 26, 2016 A theme running through many of our popular articles published this year is the need to use data in ways that truly engage beneficiary communities, social sector organization leaders, and social impact investors and funders. Articles also highlight the importance of language in engaging these groups. They explore how […]

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Get a digital head start in 2017

Get a digital head start in 2017! Join in the 2017 #net2welly unconference and gain practical knowhow so your organisation can thrive in the online world. The conference structure means that participants are in the driving seat, both setting the programme and sharing what they know. There will be the chance to talk about things […]

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Canada’s Charity Rules Violate Freedom of Expression

Canada’s legal framework for charities is both outdated and unduly restrictive, a fact which became apparent when the regulator, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA), launched a spate of charity audits a few years ago. The current Canadian government has signalled an intention to revise the rules in this area and, as part of that, the […]

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