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Here are four kids explaining how they were forced to urinate on the floor of "isolation rooms" in Victorian prison… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
"It is important not to abandon our commitment to a humane, age-appropriate youth justice system." twitter.com/CCYPVictoria/s…
Warnings a large number of people living with serious mental health conditions could miss out under the NDIS.… twitter.com/i/web/status/8…
Below are the latest submissions and reports published by VCOSS. You can also subscribe to the Documents RSS feed.
VCOSS welcomes this Inquiry into the impact on Victorian Government Service Delivery of changes to National Partnership Agreements. Many non-government community organisations receive funding through National Partnership Agreements to assist and benefit Victorians, particularly low-income and disadvantaged Victorians. VCOSS is concerned the removal of Commonwealth Government funding through National Partnership Agreements has the potential to further fragment the service system and entrench disadvantage.
As part of the 2013-18 water pricing determinations, Melbourne Water was required to provide a new five-year price plan in 2016. This joint submission with the Consumer Utilities Advocacy Centre and the Consumer Action Law Centre makes recommendations on three aspects of the proposed plan: the approach taken to pay for the desalination plant, proposed changes to waterways and drainage charges for non-residential customers and their impacts on households, and Melbourne Water’s customer consultation methodology.