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Each week, hundreds of violent men call @MRSinAus for help. Here's how they seek to justify their own behavior. vcoss.org.au/blog/what-men-…
Victoria’s peak social advocacy body has welcomed the Victorian Government‘s 10-year Ending Family Violence: Victoria’s Plan for Change.
VCOSS supports Victorian government reforms aimed to improve the state's accountability and integrity system, but urges they be further considered and implemented in a way that shows good faith, consideration and respect towards community organisations and the people they work with.
This Sorry Day, Aboriginal Victorians have joined together for an historic two-day forum, to talk about how to progress self-determination and the possibility of a treaty in Victoria.
The 2016 Victorian Budget projects substantial surpluses over the next four years. This is driven by revenue rising faster than expenditure over the four years.
Summary The 2016 Victorian Budget includes considerable investment in housing and homelessness in response to the Family Violence Royal Commission, in the form of a family violence housing blitz. This $152m package over two years contains many pleasing initiatives.
The decline in real funding for community organisations continues, while funding for community sector wage rises incurred as a result of the Equal Remuneration Order will be covered by the Victorian government, as announced in last year’s budget.
The NDIS is a chance to improve the lives of people with disability, however, is a major change in the way services are provided. People with disability and disability service organisations need support to manage the change. VCOSS is pleased the state government has committed funds to close the last disability institution in Victoria and provide additional support for the transition to the NDIS.