Also, Specialist Not for Profit legal service, PilchConnect, says it has serious and fundamental concerns over suggestions raised in the Federal Government’s Not for Profit Governance Paper.
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With mining and agriculture as the biggest industries, value creation in Australia has a tense relationship to Corporate Social Responsibility, according to visiting CSR expert, US Professor Dirk Matten, who will be a keynote speaker at ACCSR’s upcoming 5th Annual Conference in Melbourne.
Specialist Not for Profit legal service, PilchConnect, says it has serious and fundamental concerns over suggestions raised in the Federal Government’s Not for Profit Governance Paper and wants any changes to governance arrangements deferred.
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