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A cruel Advent for the poor
22nd Dec, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
A cruel Advent for the poor

World Vision Australia CEO Tim Costello discusses the impact of the Australian government's most recent cuts to the aid budget as we draw closer to Christmas.

Australia’s aid budget is on the line again
3rd Dec, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
Australia’s aid budget is on the line again

The Australian Government is considering Australia's aid budget for the third time in 18 months - join us in calling on the government to maintain Australian aid.

Partnering technology to make real and lasting change
23rd Sep, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
Partnering technology to make real and lasting change

World Vision Australia and Microsoft Australia announce a $4 million partnership to help enhance World Vision supporters experience and make more funds available to our field projects.

Tim Costello: It’s time to bust some obvious myths
10th Jan, 14 | Posted by Tim Costello
Tim Costello: It’s time to bust some obvious myths

Child Sponsorship is a house-hold term in Australia and for many people World Vision Australia is what jumps to mind when they hear it. Recently there has been some discussion about World Vision and child sponsorship – how does it work? Does the money get to the child? How...

Syria: All we should be saying, is give peace a chance
2nd Sep, 13 | Posted by Tim Costello
Syria: All we should be saying, is give peace a chance

Today Australia steps into one of the most significant roles on the global stage. We do so at a time of grave international turmoil. As president of the United Nations Security Council, Australia is now responsible for leading the discussion on the Syrian conflict as support for a US-led...

Tim Costello: Breaking the chains of child prostitution
16th Apr, 13 | Posted by Tim Costello
Tim Costello: Breaking the chains of child prostitution

Not long ago the ABC featured an investigative piece on child prostitution in Surabaya, Indonesia. Having recently travelled to Surabaya, the piece resonated with me and my own experiences of this heartbreaking issue.