Monthly Archives: November 2014

Nov 28

Many children, young people and families face complex challenges with interconnected causes that can make them vulnerable. There has been


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Living costs always figure prominently in election debates and cover a wide range of issues from municipal rates to education


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  Despite widespread concern about rising homelessness and rental stress in Victoria, neither the Coalition or ALP have made significant


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Education has featured prominently in this election. From early childhood education through to vocational education and training (VET), the major


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Transport plays an essential role in people’s lives, because it gives them the freedom to get where they need to


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In the lead-up to the election and through our State Election Platform, Victoria Without Poverty VCOSS has called for parties to


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With the unemployment rate rising in Victoria, jobs and skills development have been prominent in the 2014 state election campaign.


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Nov 27

Family violence is a major problem in Victoria. Violence against women by their current or former partners is the biggest


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Children facing disadvantage need support to cover the rising costs of school, through a real replacement for the longstanding Education


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Nov 26

In the final week of the state election campaign, VCOSS examines the health policies the major parties have put on


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VCOSS examines commitments the Coalition and ALP have made to help improve the health and wellbeing of people living in


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In the lead up to the 2014 Victorian Election we sat down with senior Ministers, Shadow Ministers and spokespeople from


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Nov 25

In the final days of this state election campaign, VCOSS is calling on the major parties to invest in early


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On the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, also known as White Ribbon Day, VCOSS highlights a


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Nov 24

VCOSS has called on all political parties to establish a fair funding model for community service organisations including funding for


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