Monthly Archives: May 2022

May 23

Submission on Victoria’s emissions reduction target for 2035


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May 13

A new report finds that headline statistics about unemployment figures create a “false optimism” that doesn’t correspond to the reality


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The decision to make a universal Power Saving Bonus the headline Budget initiative on cost-of-living issues is an important recognition


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May 6

While some funding toward emergency resilience has been provided in the Budget, it doesn’t go far enough in the current


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The funding allocated in this Budget is not sufficient to fully cover the increasing financial pressures facing the community sector.


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The 2022-23 Budget includes some sensible initiatives to improve justice system responses, but misses the opportunity to adopt a justice


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VCOSS is pleased to see that gender responsive budgeting will be embedded in Victorian legislation to ensure that an equality


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The Budget delivers much to like in early childhood education, schools, training and skills.


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We know that employment figures don’t always tell the full story, so we continue to advocate for policy measures and


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The theme of the Victorian Government’s 2022-23 Budget is ‘Putting Patients First’, and it’s certainly a bonanza for the health


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There are countless initiatives in the State Budget that would form part of a wellbeing economy. It is time to


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The 2022-23 Budget could have gone further to ensure that all Victorians have safe, stable and affordable homes. 


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May 3

The 2022 Victorian Budget is one of the leanest in years


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May 2

Our views on 'adding home energy rating assessments' to the Victorian Energy Upgrades Program


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