Monthly Archives: June 2016

Jun 29

Low-income earners tend to live in areas or conditions more likely to be adversely affected by climate change, and have


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Managing volunteers who turn up after an emergency or during a crisis is crucially important, writes Volunteering Victoria CEO Sue


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If Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten agree on anything it’s that “jobs of the future” seems like a pretty good


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Jun 16

Australia’s first smash repair social enterprise, Mission Australia’s Synergy Auto Repairs is offering positive long-term outcomes for vulnerable young people.


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Unfair fees and poor dispute resolution are ruining retirement for some, warns the Consumer Action Law Centre.


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Jun 9

From gatherings in community halls, to the corridors of Parliament, and the boardrooms of business, people have power right across


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VCOSS supports Victorian government reforms aimed to improve the state's accountability and integrity system, but urges they be further considered


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VCOSS supports state government reforms contained in the Integrity and Accountability Legislation Amendment (A Stronger System) Bill 2015, recognising they


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Find out how community organisations and local government can work more closely together when managing disasters and emergency events.


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Jun 6

A decade of policy failure must end. It’s time Australia’s political leaders provided certainty to our youngest learners, argues Early Learning Association Australia’s Shane


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Jun 2

While progress is being made, more should be done to protect vulnerable people from onerous fines and infringements, writes Justice


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