Australia’s New Governor-General: “I’m Deeply Honoured”

By: Mike Crooks

Prominent businesswoman and gender equality advocate Samantha Mostyn AO will be Australia’s next governor-general. Read more

When Being Behind The Rest of the World is Dangerous

By: Stephen McAlpine

Moving between Australia and the UK several times in my youth (the 1980s) showed me one thing: Australia was always a couple of years behind the UK and Europe. Read more

30 Years After Rwandan Genocide: Emmanuel’s Story of Hope


As the international community remembers 30 years since the 1994 genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda, Compassion staff member and genocide survivor Emmanuel is sharing his story of hope. Read more

‘Generation Beta’ is Coming

By: Mark McCrindle

Simply put, Generation Beta is defined as those born between 2025 and 2039. Read more

Libby’s Easter Miracle: “It Was Jesus That Pulled Me Out”

By: Joni Boyd

Libby Garness made headlines this week, when her car landed in a Lagoon on Sunday – but when she chatted with us, she shared a different story to the one making headlines. Read more

The Not-For-Profit Landscape in Australia

By: Mark McCrindle

Australia’s not-for-profit sector is at the heart of our national identity and is made up of a wide variety of charities. Read more

Harmony Day: “It’s About Respect and Belonging”

By: Mike Crooks

Multiculturalism is “one of Australia’s greatest strengths,” says Multicultural Affairs Minister Andrew Giles. Read more

Australia, the Small Business Nation

By: Mark McCrindle

  • Almost nine in ten business (88%) employ four people or fewer.
  • The entrepreneurial spirit is strong amongst young Aussies, with 86% of Gen Z wanting to work in something they started themselves, to combat cost of living pressures.
  • Almost three in four (72%) are more likely to purchase goods and services from small businesses compared to large corporations (28%).

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This International Women’s Day, Let’s Work to End Child Marriage


As International Women’s Day approaches, Compassion Australia is shining a light on young girls living in poverty and one of the pressing issues they face: child marriage. Read more