Monthly Archives: November 2018

Nov 16

Too many Victorians miss out on access to justice because they can’t find legal help.


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Nov 15

24 days. 24 doors. 24 policies for a better Victoria.


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Nov 14

Representatives of the Labor, Liberal and Greens parties present their vision for a fairer and more just Victoria.


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Nov 13

VCOSS and NATSEM analysis reveals there is not a single pocket of Victoria that is poverty free


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VCOSS and NATSEM analysis reveals there is not a single pocket of Victoria that is poverty free


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Nov 12

Many Victorians would remember the death of Luke Batty in 2014, killed by his father at a cricket pitch. This


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Nov 9

This report estimates 180,000 Victorian households (7.3%) experience persistent payment difficulty.


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The healthcare sector could be a great ally in providing guidance and support to people battling to afford adequate energy.


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Nov 8

Not all asylum seekers are living in detention centres. Some are living in the Victorian community, in extremely difficult circumstances.


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Nov 5

Young carers have been speaking out in the media recently about the tough realities of caring for loved ones while


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Nov 1

VicSRC is the peak body representing school-aged students in Victoria. We exist to empower all student voices to be valued


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