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Read about the latest research, news and views from our own leaders, and others, which are shaping our approach to breaking the cycle of disadvantage.

FEATURE ARTICLE

How to ease rising disadvantage and meet growing demand for services?

COVID-19 and the related economic crisis are causing widespread damage to human health and the economy. Unemployment, social isolation, wage loss, increased debt, business closure and slowing growth, are just some of the challenges government, business, households,...

From the Team

Community bonds build resilience before disaster hits

Glyn Davis The Australian, 14 April 2021 When disaster hits, Australians are quick to help. Yet in the months and years after ashes flicker out, floodwaters recede or the cyclonic winds abate, a common story often emerges — afflicted communities feel left behind to...

On Life’s Lottery – Notes

Thanks for your interest in On Life’s Lottery, published by Hachette. This blog contains links for references in the text, with the occasional additional note on sources. Glyn Davis   Pg 1     Ursula Le Guin, ‘The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas’, reprinted at...

Australians in poverty need a bounce-forward recovery

The economic recovery risks leaving many Australians behind. But it doesn’t have to be this way, write Dr Kate Harrison Brennan and Dr Jeni Whalan, issuing a call to action for the nation’s leaders. If 2020 has shown us anything, it is that crises – whether bushfires...

Community bonds build resilience before disaster hits
Community bonds build resilience before disaster hits
Paul Ramsay Foundation Supports Red Cross for Emergency Floods Relief
Paul Ramsay Foundation Supports Red Cross for Emergency Floods Relief
On Life’s Lottery – Notes
On Life’s Lottery – Notes
New partnership with Data.org to address building momentum behind data science for social change and specifically a fair day’s work for all in Australia
New partnership with Data.org to address building momentum behind data science for social change and specifically a fair day’s work for all in Australia
Australians in poverty need a bounce-forward recovery
Australians in poverty need a bounce-forward recovery
PRF delighted to annouce appointment of Natalie Walker to the board
PRF delighted to annouce appointment of Natalie Walker to the board
First Nations-led research projects awarded to address COVID-19 community needs
First Nations-led research projects awarded to address COVID-19 community needs
Sustaining Our Partners
Sustaining Our Partners
Partnership in Practice
Partnership in Practice
Live-Recorded Panel: What is the distinctive role philanthropy can play in the COVID-19 pandemic?
Live-Recorded Panel: What is the distinctive role philanthropy can play in the COVID-19 pandemic?
Sustaining Our Partners through COVID-19: Early lessons
Sustaining Our Partners through COVID-19: Early lessons
We are locking potential and hope behind bars
We are locking potential and hope behind bars
The Paul Ramsay Foundation: 2020-21 Pre-Budget Submission
The Paul Ramsay Foundation: 2020-21 Pre-Budget Submission
PAUL RAMSAY FOUNDATION PROVIDES NOT-FOR-PROFITS WITH $18 MILLION BOOST IN EMERGENCY FUNDING
PAUL RAMSAY FOUNDATION PROVIDES NOT-FOR-PROFITS WITH $18 MILLION BOOST IN EMERGENCY FUNDING
NATIONAL SOCIAL SERVICES DATA NOW ON OPENDATA.ORG.AU
NATIONAL SOCIAL SERVICES DATA NOW ON OPENDATA.ORG.AU
Paul Ramsay Foundation supports Uluru Statement from the Heart
Paul Ramsay Foundation supports Uluru Statement from the Heart
Paul Ramsay Foundation will fight poverty with $4bn Ramsay bequest
Paul Ramsay Foundation will fight poverty with $4bn Ramsay bequest
INITIAL $84 MILLION FOR NEW STRATEGY TO BREAK CYCLES OF DISADVANTAGE
INITIAL $84 MILLION FOR NEW STRATEGY TO BREAK CYCLES OF DISADVANTAGE
Philanthropic group’s bold bid to tackle poverty
Philanthropic group’s bold bid to tackle poverty
Australian Philanthropy committed to supporting grantees and partners in COVID-19 health crisis
Australian Philanthropy committed to supporting grantees and partners in COVID-19 health crisis
Sustaining our Partners taskforce to guide partners through COVID-19 crisis
Sustaining our Partners taskforce to guide partners through COVID-19 crisis
Forget-me-not postcard from the embers
Forget-me-not postcard from the embers
COMMUNITY RADIO GIVES RENEWED VOICE TO BUSHFIRE VICTIMS
COMMUNITY RADIO GIVES RENEWED VOICE TO BUSHFIRE VICTIMS
New open data portal shares maps of bushfire-affected areas
New open data portal shares maps of bushfire-affected areas
The Paul Ramsay Foundation allocates first phase funding of $9 million to support the fight against COVID-19
The Paul Ramsay Foundation allocates first phase funding of $9 million to support the fight against COVID-19
Bushfire recovery in the face of COVID-19
Bushfire recovery in the face of COVID-19
Paul Ramsay Foundation: Important information about our launch
Paul Ramsay Foundation: Important information about our launch
Bushfire Response Update
Bushfire Response Update
Chris Cuffe Joins Paul Ramsay Foundation Investment Committee
Chris Cuffe Joins Paul Ramsay Foundation Investment Committee
Atlas’s Success Shows The Way To Other Women
Atlas’s Success Shows The Way To Other Women
Paul Ramsay Foundation To Donate $30m To Bushfire Relief
Paul Ramsay Foundation To Donate $30m To Bushfire Relief
Paul Ramsay Foundation: $30m For Communities Affected By Bushfires
Paul Ramsay Foundation: $30m For Communities Affected By Bushfires
Paul Ramsay Foundation – Peer to Peer Program
Paul Ramsay Foundation – Peer to Peer Program
Five New Approaches To Breaking The Cycle Of Disadvantage
Five New Approaches To Breaking The Cycle Of Disadvantage
Changefest 2019 – Mount Druitt
Changefest 2019 – Mount Druitt
Quality Teaching Rounds
Quality Teaching Rounds
Announcing Ten Successful Participants For The Final Round Of Peer To Peer Grant Assessment
Announcing Ten Successful Participants For The Final Round Of Peer To Peer Grant Assessment
Ray Martin Interviews Paul Ramsay
Ray Martin Interviews Paul Ramsay

From the Team

Community bonds build resilience before disaster hits

Glyn Davis The Australian, 14 April 2021 When disaster hits, Australians are quick to help. Yet in the months and years after ashes flicker out, floodwaters recede or the cyclonic winds abate, a common story often emerges — afflicted communities feel left behind to...

On Life’s Lottery – Notes

Thanks for your interest in On Life’s Lottery, published by Hachette. This blog contains links for references in the text, with the occasional additional note on sources. Glyn Davis   Pg 1     Ursula Le Guin, ‘The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas’, reprinted at...

Australians in poverty need a bounce-forward recovery

The economic recovery risks leaving many Australians behind. But it doesn’t have to be this way, write Dr Kate Harrison Brennan and Dr Jeni Whalan, issuing a call to action for the nation’s leaders. If 2020 has shown us anything, it is that crises – whether bushfires...

Latest Research

New open data portal shares maps of bushfire-affected areas

As numerous government agencies and charity groups respond to the unprecedented 2019-2020 bushfire season, many organisations are struggling to find the information they need. PRF is among them. As we pursue our longer-term responses to support community resilience...

Latest Research

New open data portal shares maps of bushfire-affected areas

As numerous government agencies and charity groups respond to the unprecedented 2019-2020 bushfire season, many organisations are struggling to find the information they need. PRF is among them. As we pursue our longer-term responses to support community resilience...