Monthly Archives: July 2020

Jul 29

"If I'd been in a private high-rise block, there is no way known they could have got away with it."


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Jul 28

VCOSS Submission to the Family Violence Reform Implementation Monitor Family violence causes serious social, economic and health consequences. While it


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Jul 24

“We’re all in this together” goes the spin. But we’re not. Differential disadvantage means low-income people suffer more, for longer.


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Jul 17

To support low-income Victorians through this crisis, regulatory changes must be accompanied by a combination of targeted financial support and


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Jul 16

Jinghua Qian turned freelance. A week later, COVID-19 shut down the country.


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Jul 14

A high-quality post-secondary education and training system is a corner stone for social and economic inclusion.


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Jul 13

If authorities are forced to impose localised 'hard lockdowns' again, how should they do it better?


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Jul 9

"Thousands of masked faces on the street in the middle of a pandemic, thousands of voices chanting, 'bla(c)k lives matter'."


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Jul 8

The pandemic is far from over. So the Commonwealth's financial supports must continue.


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Jul 4

This is public health decision, and we don't quibble with that. But we need to get this right.


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Jul 3

A monthly discussion forum to guide community organisations through the COVID-19 pandemic.


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Jul 1

Introduction The Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the draft Long Service Benefits


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