The Program                                                             Eventbrite - 14th Biennial Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research Conference

Thursday 29 November 2018

Time

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8.00am

Registration opens

9.00-9.20am

Acknowledgement of Country

Opening Address- Professor Michael Quinlan, Dean, School of Law Sydney and Acting Dean, School of Business Sydney, The University of Notre Dame Australia

9.20-10.20am

KEYNOTE ADDRESS

Cassandra Goldie, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Council of Social Service

10.20-11.00am

Morning Tea

11.00am-12.00pm

Concurrent paper Session 1

Level 4, NDS5/410

 

 

THE THIRD SECTOR AND HUMAN SERVICES

Chaired by Roel Boomsma, The University of Sydney

A comparison of leverage and profitability between Indigenous Corporations and Charities in Australia

Joao Canoquena, University of Notre Dame

Understanding mission and purpose: an insight from NDIS for-profit providers

Ivy Yen, The University of Sydney

What needs to change for not for profit aged care organisations? Start with understanding organisational ethical climate

Donna Dark, University of Wollongong

Level 4, NDS5/411

THEORETICAL ENGAGEMENT WITH THE THIRD SECTOR

Chaired by José Sakakibara, The University of Notre Dame Australia   

Hybrid Governance: a theoretical exploration

Jenny Onyx, University of Technology Sydney

Gramsci “makes a difference”: theorising volunteering

Nichole Georgeou, Western Sydney University

What contemporary philanthropists think about public accountability for their philanthropy?

Elizabeth Cham, University of Technology Sydney

Level 4, NDS5/412

FAITH BASED CHARITIES IN AUSTRALIA PANEL: FOUNDATIONS OF A RESEARCH AGENDA

Presented by

Craig Furneaux, QUT

David Gilchrist, University of Western Australia

Paul Oslington, Alphacrucis College Sydney

Brian Lucas, Catholic Mission

Mark Fowler, Prolegis

12.00-12.45pm

Level 4, NDS5/403

Lunch

12.45-1.45pm

Concurrent paper Session 2

Level 4, NDS5/410

THE THIRD SECTOR AND IDEOLOGY:

Chaired by Ruth Phillips, The University of Sydney

Neoliberalism- adapt, reform or resist? A perspective community service organisation

Doug Taylor, Uniting

The role of ideology and organisational culture in volunteering

Cris Abbu, Australian Catholic University and University of Technology Sydney

Valuing the religious dimensions of the Australian third sector

Paul Oslington, Alphacrucis College Sydney

Level 4, NDS5/411

DECISION MAKING IN THIRD SECTOR ORGANISATIONS:

Chaired by Liz Cham, University of Technology Sydney

An exploratory study of the impact of SROI in NPO behaviour: case studies of KSA

Alaa Aldowaish, Keio University

Accountability and identity in dyadic Public Ancillary Funds

Alexandra Williamson, QUT

Private Ancillary Funds which support the arts: networks, decision-making and discretion

Sharon Nathani, Swinburne University of Technology

Level 3, NDS5/304

Accounting for Impact WORKSHOP

Roel Boomsma, The University of Sydney

1.45-1.55pm

Travel time

1.55-2.55pm

Concurrent paper Session 3

Level 4, NDS5/410

COMMUNITY SECTOR, MANAGEMENT AND LEADERSHIP:

Chaired by Bernard Boerma, CatholicCare

Emotional dimensions of third sector organising: the importance of strong emotions for fostering collective responsibility

Ruth Weatherall, University of Technology Sydney

Skills needed by non-profit managers: a systematic review

Craig Furneaux, QUT

Cut through leadership for innovation

Doug Taylor, Uniting

Level 4, NDS5/411

THE THIRD SECTOR AND DISABILITY SERVICES:

Chaired by Jenny Onyx, University of Sydney

All care, no responsibility? Government treatment of providers under the National Disability Insurance Scheme and the NDIS Quality and Safeguarding Framework

Alan Hough, Governance & Strategy Pty Ltd

Economic evaluation of justice support for people with intellectual disability

Rebecca Reeve, University of New South Wales

Using volunteers to support persons with intellectual disability in the Criminal Justice System

Margaret Spencer, The University of Sydney

Level 4, NDS5/412

THE THIRD SECTOR AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS:

Chaired by Ruth Phillips, The University of Sydney

Young women’s activism in the digital era: the case of South Korea

Kyungja Jung, University of Technology Sydney

Strategies of eco-villages managing the tensions in the triple bottom line

Rosemary Leonard, Western Sydney University

Exploring the practice of community co-production in the context of post-disaster recovery: problematic situations, social mechanism, and bridging social capital

Christopher Kim, University of Canberra

2.55-3.30pm

Level 4, NDS5/403

Afternoon Tea (including travel time)

3.30-5.00pm

Level 3, NDS5/310

Impact and Engagement of Family Foundations with the Not-For-Profit Sector

Panel Chair | Dr Elizabeth Cham, Associate Fellow, UTS Business School

Sarah Benjamin, Keir Foundation

John McKinnon, McKinnon Family Foundation

Mary Crooks, Victorian Women’s Trust

5.00pm

Informal drinks

Short presentation on forming research networks

 

Friday 30 November 2018

Time

Details

8.00am

Information Desk Open

9.00-9.10am

Level 3, NDS5/310

Welcome and Housekeeping:

Dr José Sakakibara, Lecturer of Marketing, Notre Dame University & Chair, ANZTSR

9.10-10.10am

Level 3, NDS5/310

A More Visible Charity Market: Further Steps to Transparency

Gary Johns, Chair of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission

10.10-10.30am

Level 3, NDS5/310

Morning Tea (including travel time)

10.30-11.30am

Level 3, NDS5/310

The Third Sector in Australian Politics and Society: Where are we now?

Chair | Dr Elizabeth Cham, Associate Fellow, UTS Business School

Robert Fitzgerald AM, Commissioner on Productivity Commission

Richard Denniss, Chief Economist and former Executive Director of The Australia Institute

11.30am-12.30pm

Concurrent paper and workshop streams – Session 4

Level 4, NDS5/410

NGOS AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS IN INTERNATIONAL CONTEXTS:

Chaired by Rosemary Leonard, Western Sydney University  

Reintegration services for survivors of human trafficking: a feminist analysis of the challenges of advocacy facing Non-Government Organisations

Jessica Gillies, The University of Sydney

Unravelling the social, political and global minefield for LGBT+ organising in Uganda

Tanja Dittfeld, The University of Sydney

Role of Non-Government Organisations in the context of climate migrant women in Bangladesh

Anita Jahid, Western Sydney University

Level 4, NDS5/411

THE THIRD SECTOR AND ACCOUNTABILITY:

Chaired by Roel Boomsma, The University of Sydney

Accountability of international non-governmental organisations (INGOs)

Marcel Kaba, The University of Sydney

Donors’ views on charities and the roles of accounting information in donation decisions

Matthew Hall, Monash University

The multi-modality of downwards accountability to beneficiaries within non-profit organisations

Kylie Kingston, QUT

Level 3, NDS5/304

Mission and Market WORKSHOP:

Facilitated by Margaret Spencer, The University of Sydney

For profit / not for profit what’s the difference?

Wilma Gallet, University of Divinity

Getting beyond ‘crisis hitchhiking’? Mission in third sector agencies serving refugees

Douglas Hynd

Values versus values – if only the market place was like us!

Otto Henfling, Growing Potential

Will the drought continue for local not for profit values-based organisations in Western NSW?

Anne-Marie Mioche, CatholicCare

Bernard Boerma, CatholicCare

Challenging times for faith-based social service providers

Denis Fitzgerald, Catholic Social Services Victoria

12.30-1.45pm

Level 4, NDS5/403

Lunch (including travel time)

12.30-1.45pm

Level 3, NDS5/310

PRESENTATION: Outstanding Contribution Award

With Special Guest Lady Marigold Southey

BOOK LAUNCH: Hearing, Healing, Hope:  The Ministry of Service in Challenging Times

Presented by: Peter Hudson, Catholic Social Services Victoria

1.45-2.45pm

Concurrent paper and workshop streams – Session 5

Level 4, NDS5/410

RELATIONSHIPS WITHIN THE THIRD SECTOR AND THE STATE:

Chaired by Margaret Spencer, The University of Sydney

Messages from the Frontline: frontline domestic violence services organisations having a voice in response to national policy development and implementation

Ruth Phillips, The University of Sydney

Practising social justice: recognising the contributions of community organisations

Lynne Keevers, University of Wollongong

Engagement between the government and the human services sector in the ‘truth and danger’ of data: the Fams case

Julie Hourigan Ruse, Fams

Gina Vissa, Fams

Level 4, NDS5/411

SOCIAL ENTERPRISE AND COMMUNITY:

Chaired by Cris Abbu, Australian Catholic University and University of Technology Sydney

A review of social reporting frameworks: communicating value created in social enterprises

Belinda Luke, QUT

Social enterprise in remote Indigenous communities and service learning for business students: is there a feasible match?

Mark Hornshaw, University of Notre Dame Australia

Social entrepreneuship and community connections in affordable housing

Natasha Bobyreff, University of Technology Sydney

Level 4, NDS5/412

THE THIRD SECTOR AND STATE REGULATION AND ECONOMY:

Chaired by José Sakakibara, The University of Notre Dame Australia 

Blurred boundaries: social services and the mixed economy of welfare in Aotearea New Zealand

Charlotte Moore, University of Auckland

Regulating charity in a federated state: the Australian perspective

Ian Murray, University of Western Australia

The emergence of volunteerism in a post-disaster context: a scoping study

Supriya Gurung, Western Sydney University

2.45-3.05pm

Afternoon Tea (including travel time)

3.05-4.05pm

Concurrent paper and workshop streams – Session 6

Level 4, NDS5/410

THIRD SECTOR AND DONATION BEHAVIOUR:

Chaired by Liz Cham, University of Technology Sydney

The SEIROS modelling of the impact of volunteering and donation behaviour

Brendan Long, Australian Catholic Bishops Conference

Deloitte Access Economics report on the economic impact of religious volunteering and donation

Keith Thompson, University of Notre Dame Australia

Poisoning the well: a donation request-fatigue behaviour model

José Sakakibara, The University of Notre Dame Australia  

Level 4, NDS5/411

THIRD SECTOR ORGANISATIONS PERFORMANCE AND PERCEPTIONS:

Chaired by Bernard Boerma, CatholicCare

Messaging by charities: what are they saying?

Margaret Faulkner, University of South Australia

Institutional Logics, accountability and performance management systems: insights from a non-governmental organisation

Paul Thambar, Monash University

Do people have positive things to say about charities?

Margaret Faulkner, University of South Australia

Level 4, NDS5/412

COMMUNITIES, CHARITIES AND REGULATION:

Chaired by Ruth Phillips, The University of Sydney 

Charity board remuneration – how is it reported?

Anne Clear, Murdoch University 

The regulation of community foundations in Australia: change is needed, but there are challenges to overcome on the road to reform

Krystian Seibert, Swinburne University of Technology

Donors’ perceptions of financial disclosures and their giving behaviours

Ushi Ghoorah, Western Sydney University

Maria Estela Varua, Western Sydney University

4.05-4.15pm

Travel time

4.15-5.00pm

Level 3, NDS5/310

History of ANZTSR and Future Directions for Third Sector Research

Emeritus Professor Jenny Onyx, Patron of ANZTSR

5.00-5.15pm

Level 3, NDS5/310

Barbershop Quartet Performance

Performance by Roaming

5.15pm

Evaluation and conference close