Don D'Cruz

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Don D'Cruz worked previously as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) until late 2005. While references to him have been removed from the IPA website, a cached version of his biographical note remains on the Internet. [1] He currently is referenced in an opinion column contributed to a newspaper as an "analyst".[2]

An opinion column co-authored by D'Cruz and published in the Australian Financial Review on July 12, 2006 stated that he "runs Charity Matters, a website that scrutinises the charitible sector."

According to a previous biographical note on the IPA website, D'Cruz has a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University in politics and a M.A. from the Australian National University in strategic studies. While the profile notes that D'Cruz "worked as a media adviser for a Federal politician and worked as a public relations and political consultant" it provides no additional details of who he worked for or when.

"His area of expertise is researching non-government organisations. His particular areas of interest are their governance, finances, organisational structure and strategy and tactics," the note states.[3]

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