The Conscience Organisation begins work with Dr Kerryn Phelps

We have recently started working with Kerryn Phelps to help her and her team better incorporate their political platform into the social media environment. Phelps’ historic by-election win in the traditionally blue-ribbon seat of Wentworth, held by the Liberal Party and its predecessors since Federation 118 years ago, shows that there is a growing number … Continue reading…

Kweku Mandela & Mick Sheldrick speak about raising $7.2bn

Recently we hosted an intimate and exclusive event at our Redfern offices in partnership with Global Citizen, fresh from the immensely successful Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 in Johannesburg, honouring Nelson Mandela’s legacy and marking his 100th year. The event was one of the most successful platforms for the objective to eradicate extreme poverty and … Continue reading…

Ending Violence Against Children in schools

Last week we joined UNICEF, the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children, Global Citizen and Junior Chamber International in South Africa to help bring to life the #ENDviolence Youth Manifesto. Over 100 young people from Africa, Asia, and the Americas gathered in Johannesburg at the beginning of December to participate in Junior Chamber International … Continue reading…

The Conscience Organisation works with UNICEF to Help End Violence Against Children

The Conscience Organisation will be working with United Nations’ agency ‘End Violence Against Children’ (EVAC) on ‘Safe2Learn’ – a global program to eradicate all forms of violence in schools by 2024. The Conscience Organisation is partnering with UNICEF, Junior Chamber International (JCI), and Global Citizen at an organised youth workshop in Johannesburg, South Africa this … Continue reading…

Be Proud of Your Purpose

Why Australians shouldn’t be such a humble bunch People with purpose usually lead meaningful lives. Organisations with purpose usually succeed. Countries with purpose usually have better living standards and are more resilient. While Australian businesses have much to be proud of, including global leaders and entrepreneurial initiatives, not enough organisations tell the world about their … Continue reading…