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March 2020


Engaging our humanity
Hear from CSI CEO, Professor Kristy Muir, on engaging our leadership, our humanity and our values in this crucial moment: "We cannot forget for a moment that we are both witnesses and actors in this seismic shift."

Watch Kristy's video and read her article



Building community
and kindness

Generosity and building communities while staying physically distant can counter the negativity of the pandemic - with CSI's Dr Cobi Calyx.

Read the article



Employing Australia
As the results of a 3-year research partnership between CSI Swinburne and Vanguard Laundry Services are released, Aurora Elmes reflects on the importance of considering social enterprises in longer term plans to stimulate Australia’s economy.


Supporting people
with disability

Leading researchers are calling for urgent action from governments to develop a targeted response to COVID-19 for people with disability.


Demonstrating philanthropy at its best
CSI’s Krystian Seibert shares his reflections about what COVID-19 means for the not-for-profit sector and philanthropy in Australia.


Measuring our progress

We've launched the Social Progress Index - a new online resource which provides the first ever holistic measure of Australia’s social performance, independent of economic factors.
> Take a look at the ASPI
> Read about the 'why'



Bryony Parker's drive, determination and passion for positive change led her to commence a Grad Cert in Social Impact with CSI UWA - almost 15 years after she last set foot on a university campus.


Did you know we offer many of our social impact courses online and you can choose to do single or multiple units? Take a look at what's on offer and make a start on your social impact learning at home.


Listen and learn from CSI's Dr Meera Varadharajan on 2ser, for ways we can all support our educators right now. Meera is leading the Education Insights Report for CSI's Amplify Socal Impact initiative.