The piecemeal approach to our sector by governments and regulatory bodies has to stop. When governments are expecting nonprofits to assume greater responsibility for the welfare of Australians, it is time that they played their part by introducing consistent law and that regulatory bodies applied those laws fairly and clearly. The piecemeal approach to our sector by governments and regulatory bodies has to stop. When governments are expecting nonprofits to assume greater responsibility for the welfare of Australians, it is time that they played their part by introducing consistent law and that regulatory bodies applied those laws fairly and clearly. The problems start with the definition of the sector, still…

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