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FREE LECTURE: UWA Business School - CSI Public Lecture with Vanessa Meachen

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Today's date is Tuesday, October 27, 2020
UWA Business School - CSI Public Lecture with Vanessa Meachen : Philanthropy in Australia Other events...
Recent media attention has focused on the comparative lack of philanthropy from Australia's highest earners. Our wealthy non-givers have been described as "morally bankrupt" and displaying "utter greed and selfishness". Are Australia's high net worth really that bad? Why aren't they giving? Should they give more? And what would encourage them to do so?

This lecture will present the findings of a 2010 study on giving among Australia's high and ultra-high net worth individuals, comparing them to their international counterparts and identifying strategies to encourage more of them to give - and the givers to give more.

Vanessa Meachen has been overseeing Philanthropy Australia's policy, research and training activities since 1998. Vanessa provides research and information services to Philanthropy Australia members and the wider community, including national and international trusts and foundations, politicians and policy makers, charities and the media.

To register visit www.business.uwa.edu.au/school/eventregistration
Speaker(s) Vanessa Meachen, Director of Policy and Research, Philanthropy Australia
Location Ernst & Young Lecture Theatre, UWA Business School
URL https://www.business.uwa.edu.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0004/1732693/26.07.11-CSI-Public-Lecture---Philanthropy-101-with-Vanessa-Meachen---Flyer.pdf
Start Tue, 26 Jul 2011 17:00
End Tue, 26 Jul 2011 18:00
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Last Updated Wed, 13 Jul 2011 09:24
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