Vulnerability and resilience in the social sector: what we learnt through Covid-19
Supporting social purpose organisations through 2020 taught the Paul Ramsay Foundation and SVA key lessons about what leads to vulnerability or resilience in a crisis. Read More Long Read
Disability housing: what does good look like?
SVA has partnered with the disability sector to co-develop a common outcomes framework for disability housing that is both meaningful and practical. +Podcast Read More Long Read
Developing sustainable and high impact NFPs for Indigenous Australians
Aboriginal non-profit leader and SVA’s newest board member, Adam Davids offers insights for Indigenous not-for-profits by drawing on the experience of successful racial minority-serving institutions in the USA. Read More Long Read
The Uluru Statement from the Heart: what now?
Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous at the University of NSW and primary architect of the regional dialogues behind the Uluru Statement from the Heart, explains where it is up to and why it is so important. +Video Read More Long Read
Scenario planning for times of great uncertainty
Using scenario planning is a valuable way to understand the potential impacts on demand when many uncertainties are at play – as demonstrated in the Victorian child and family services sector during Covid-19. +Audio Read More Medium Read
Paradigm shift needed to address joblessness beyond Covid-19
With joblessness rising fast, responsibility falls with the Federal Government to become the primary job creator and ensure an inclusive recovery. Read More Long Read