Make change matter

Social Impact Festival 2019

For the first time we’re having a Social Impact Festival designed and led by Aboriginal elders and leaders, providing a different wisdom to help us all co-plan and co-create a better future for everyone.

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10 Stories of Impact

To celebrate our 10 year anniversary CSI has published, 10 Stories of Impact, a short booklet that looks at the impact we've had over the last 10 years. Click below to read it.

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CEO Update - June 2019

CEO Prof Kristy Muir reveals one of the hidden enemies of social progress.

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Our thinking

Indigenous Financial Resilience 2019

Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders fall into two groups – one suffering the most financial stress in Australia, another starting to build financial resilience – but both are struggling with access to financial services, new research has shown.

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NEW: Exec Ed in Governance for Social Impact

In partnership with AGSM@UNSW Business School, this 2-day course is designed to facilitate an examination of the social impact ecosystem and how to exercise and lead effective Board governance for social purpose organisations.

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50 Lives 50 Homes

50 Lives 50 Homes second evaluation report describes the progress to date of the 50 Lives project in relation to housing, health and justice outcomes.

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Addressing The Gaps

Kristy Muir professor of social policy and CEO of the Centre for Social Impact at UNSW Business School talks to Julian Lorkin at UNSW Business School about some of the social issues that face Australia and what we can be done about it.

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Financial Resilience

The latest Financial Resilience and Access to Financial Products and Services report by CSI, reveals that a growing number of Australians are at risk of not being able to access the financial products and services they need

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Our Research Projects

Australia spends more than $300 billion on social purpose. So why aren’t we making a difference? Why are we so stuck? What do we need to do differently? CSI’s research tackles these questions.

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