The Australian Nonprofit Accounting Standards Research Program, supported by the Institute of Community Directors, is pleased to present this seminar as part of their Nonprofit Accounting Standards Seminar Series.
Disclosures in nonprofit financial reporting are an important element in ensuring transparency, sound governance and ongoing support. This presentation focuses on the disclosure needs of donors and the information actually provided by charities. The seminar will highlight areas where charities are not making full use of, and deriving benefit from, their financial disclosures.
What donors want and what they get – Financial Disclosures within the Australian Not-for-profit Sector
Date: Friday 25th June 2021
Time: 3pm – 4pm AEST (1pm – 2pm AWST)
Location: Online via Zoom REGISTER TO RECEIVE THE LINK
Contacts: If you have any queries, please email David Gilchrist on: firstname.lastname@example.org | Please also forward any questions in advance to David so Ushi’s presentation can be as specific as possible.
Dr Ushi Ghoorah: is an academic researcher at Western Sydney University who specialises in the financial disclosures, governance and accountability of not-for-profit organisations (NFPs). Her recent research projects focus on financial disclosures practices, public perceptions of these disclosures, and determinants of financial disclosures within the Australian NFP sector. She is a key member of the Australian Nonprofit Accounting Standards Research Team.
The Australian Nonprofit Accounting Standards Research Program
This research and engagement program is supported by the Institute of Community Directors and is being undertaken by a group of Australian universities led by the Not-for-profits UWA Research Team at the University of Western Australia. It is focused on supporting the development of proportionate, relevant, efficient and effective accounting standards for nonprofit and charitable organisations. The project chief investigator, Professor David Gilchrist, via email: email@example.com