Glaciers move slowly. Sometimes you need to take several snapshots over a long period of time to see any movement at all. And so it is with regulatory reform in fundraising. But if the current rate of change is anything to go by, there is reason for hope that the next 24 months could deliver the kind of red tape reduction fundraisers have been seeking for what seems like an Ice Age. The mood for reform was captured in the unanimous recent report of the Senate Select Committee on Charity Fundraising in the 21st Century, which said: “the Australian Government must demonstrate a commitment to achieve urgent reform.” The Select…

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