I recently had the pleasure of attending Dance Clan 3, the latest production by Bangarra Dance Theatre, created as part of Corroboree Sydney.
The Bungalow Song brought together people who had been stolen from their families and incarcerated in the Bungalow institution with 30 local children related to survivors in a rich and incredibly moving mix of testimony, song and visual theatre.
The latest COAG Reform Council report shows education outcomes and school-to-work transitions are worsening for Australian students from the most disadvantaged backgrounds.
Companies choose their staff; they manage their finances; they determine their future directions. Overall, it’s a pretty efficient process. So, why shouldn’t government schools do the same?
SVA Employment Director Claire Kearney shares seven top tips from the Social Enterprise World Forum 2013.
The Gates Foundation have released this video celebrating the role of teachers in education – something we at SVA believe in passionately.
We now occupy a world that is connected on multiple dimensions – a global system of systems. The same transformation is occurring in our classrooms.
I’ve just started my dream job. Last month I began my new role as the SVA Executive Director of Education.
Every young Australian deserves the opportunity of a great education.
Too many Indigenous students are falling through the gap, while we’re trying to close it.
History teaches us that giving trends in tough economic times don’t go in to the same free fall that equities markets do.
My time volunteering helped me to decide on what direction my career would take when I returned to Australia.
Schools in disadvantaged communities are harder to staff; they’re more demanding, require greater sacrifice, and are often thinly resourced.
As marketers, we’re always on the lookout for break-though ideas. Here’s one I love.
Social enterprise offers communities benefits beyond purely ‘for profit’ business.
Employment exclusion is a complex problem – one that no single organisation can solve. The solution requires collaboration
Does your not-for-profit board take time to reflect on what it does and how it does it?