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Community organisations are themselves highly vulnerable to climate change.
Young people tell of blowing out birthday candles in the morning and being handed a plastic bag with their possessions
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strong and vibrant communities will do more to prevent crime than any number of 'cops on the beat'.
We need a big picture, long-term strategy to fix the NDIS
Simple measures like energy efficient appliances can make a huge difference to household budgets and to people’s quality of life,
We already know how to end homelessness—we just need to do what works.
The best outcomes will come when policies and programs are shaped and led by Aboriginal people.
Victoria needs a strong community sector--with funding tied to true costs
The Mental Health Royal Commission's nine priority recommendations, summarised and analysed.
It helps to know a little something about the people who receive Newstart payments.
A guest post from Consumer Policy Research Centre's Karl Barratt.
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Climate change is, among other things, an unconscionable assault on the poor.
Lots of questions still need answering before the community services portable long service leave scheme starts on 1 July.
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.