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Victoria's Charter of Human Rights was an first important step. But it’s now time for the next great stride.
Overwhelming evidence means it's time for Victoria to follow suit.
One of Victoria's most impoverished and marginalised groups is currently denied utility concessions.
Victoria’s top three political leaders have used the VCOSS Good Life Summit to expand on their vision for a fairer
The true value of a Neighbourhood House is counted in more than dollars.
The Victorian Government should match the per capita funding provided by the Commonwealth.
VCOSS supports the call for young people in state care to be supported up until the age of 21.
Victoria is facing a growing dearth of disability and aged care workers. Waiving fees for entry level VET courses would help plug
Young people are falling through gaps in support systems, couch surfing in widespread numbers, with little formal support or protection.
Güler Altunbas' story of reclaiming her happiness after a lifetime of physical, emotional and sexual violence.
Getting a car dealer to fix a dodgy vehicle they should never have sold is currently too hard in Victoria.
Overall, the report confirms what VCOSS and our members have been saying: while the NDIS is improving the lives of
Why if you're poor, live in regional Victoria or happen to be Aboriginal, are you more likely to end up