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Victoria has a problem with the repeat and violent offending behaviours by a small number of young offenders. But we can’t arrest our way out of this problem.
This video, prepared for VCOSS’s 70th birthday celebration at the Melbourne Town Hall in November 2016, charts the organisation’s progress and evolution through the decades.
VCOSS has welcomed the Victorian Government's response but says it is vital for short-term, one-off funding to be backed up by a long-term financial commitment.
Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has welcomed the Victorian Government‘s 10-year Ending Family Violence: Victoria’s Plan for Change.
With one in five Victorians living with a disability, it is critical to address their needs in emergency planning.
In this submission VCOSS advocates for the development of a centralised data repository and coordination of the national education evidence so data and evidence can be easily accessed by federal, state and territory governments, across sectors and communities. This will mean they can better understand what is driving educational disadvantage and take actions to address this. We encourage mapping existing datasets to enhance existing data collections, reduce duplication and clarify their purpose.
The Latrobe Valley is again steeling itself for a fight. They’re a resilient bunch, but they can’t do it on their own.