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All kids in Victoria should be able to get to school, wherever they live and whatever their families’ circumstances.
No matter what you call it, investing in communities works.
There are two ways you know Victoria is on the right track with its plan to introduce some price controls
Inclusionary zoning could make affordable housing more than an unattainable dream.
School ‘extras’ like camps, excursions, school swimming and other sports are a huge part of the school experience.
There are four things Victoria must do to ensure everyone can stay safe and well as our climate changes.
Parents of kids with undiagnosed genetic conditions are trying to get into a research studies to find answers and avoid
Unemployment and underemployment, as well as physical and mental health problems, were the most common experiences of people falling behind
Ten years ago, Victorians lived through the worst heatwave and bushfires in Australia’s history. Tragically, 173 people lost their lives
Giving every Victorian child a high-quality education relies on designing inclusive, engaging and affordable schools. Inclusive schools embrace diversity and
Under-investment by successive Victorian governments has seen many people fall by the wayside.
VCOSS calls on all political parties to commit to investing in early childhood infrastructure.