About Bernard Boerma

Bernard is recently completed a Social Justice Research Fellowship and is a teacher at the University of Sydney, and a non-executive director of a number of not for profit human services NGO’s. He has held senior leadership and policy development roles in the human services sector including 13 years as CEO of CatholicCare Sydney. He is interested in the social justice and the impact on human service NGO values of operating in a market based service contexts.

Notice of annual general meeting

Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research lncorporated 9878036 Notice is hereby given that the annual general meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research lncorporated will be held in the Board Room, School of Business, University of Notre Dame, Level2, 29 - 35 Shepherd Street, Chippendale NSW 2008 on 12 December 2017

The Lake Institute Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship

Andrew Jungclaus, the 2017-2018 Lake Institute Doctoral Dissertation Fellow, is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Religion at Columbia University. Andrew’s dissertation project “True Philanthropy”: A Religious History of the Modern Non-Profit Foundation provides an examination of the role of religious belief in shaping early twentieth-century American market structures and conceptions of the

Tenth Asia Pacific Regional Conference of the (ISTR)

Tenth Asia Pacific Regional Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) December 4-5, 2017 | Jakarta, Indonesia Hosted by Trisaki University KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Akihiro Ogawa, Professor of Japanese Studies, Asia Institute, University of Melbourne, Australia, is an internationally active scholar working on Civil Society in Asia. CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS "Global Challenges and

A ‘Flash Mob’ Farewell for McGregor Lowndes

A university “flash mob” and a scholarship legacy were the highlights of the recent farewell for internationally acclaimed not-for-profit sector researcher and mentor Myles McGregor-Lowndes, who retired from his day job of 35 years. Read More >>