It’s the people’s turn to judge NDIS trials

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The 3rd December is International Day of People with Disability. Craig Wallace explains how an ambitious grassroots examination puts the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) back in touch with those paying the premium and ordinary people with disabilities.

Beyond the financial: Re-thinking the capitals in practice and assurance

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To be socially responsible in business is gaining momentum. James Guthrie reflects on the role accounting has on transforming the world’s thinking about the value of nature and society.

Proudly Standing Up

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How will history judge us and our current response to desperate refugees? Gary Samowitz from Stand Up urges us to show compassion and put humanity at the core of the political debate.

The four who would be king

Louis Zacharilla's picture

The so-called Smart21 Intelligent Communities are based on nominations submitted by communities large and small from around the world. Louis Zacharilla explains what it took for the four Australian participants to make the cut.

Risky Business! Top 10 most dangerous jobs in Australia

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Is going to work each day putting you at risk? Tatiana Coulter reveals the ten most dangerous jobs in Australia.

‘The Zero Marginal Cost Society’ – a review

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Jeremy Rifkin has written a book discussing the trend in many fields toward zero or near-zero costs brought about by the so-called prosumer revolution, where consumers become producers as well. Ian McAuley says it is the book Karl Marx may have written today.