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VCOSS submission to Royal Commission into Violence, Abuse, Neglect and Exploitation of People with Disability
To support low-income Victorians through this crisis, regulatory changes must be accompanied by a combination of targeted financial support and
A high-quality post-secondary education and training system is a corner stone for social and economic inclusion.
Introduction The Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on the draft Long Service Benefits
VCOSS welcomes the opportunity to provide feedback on lessons from Remote and Flexible Learning, which was instituted as part of
Having a place to call home that is safe, affordable, secure, healthy and fit-for-purpose creates the conditions to thrive.
Victorian community organisations have prepared this joint submission to represent the interest of consumers, and especially vulnerable households, in the
Introduction VCOSS welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the Royal Commission into National Natural Disaster Arrangements. VCOSS is the
Submission to the Review of Vocational & Applied Learning in Senior Secondary Schooling. Introduction Victoria is on a journey to
Submission to the Federal Joint Standing Committee on the NDIS Workforce Inquiry. Australia needs a consumer-driven scheme that is centred
As we rush to ban evictions and protect renters from financial ruin, some questions are emerging.
For some households with embedded networks it can be close to impossible, or very expensive, to exit the network.
Joint Council of Social Service Network statement to the Council of Attorneys-General
VCOSS submission on the Public Engagement Framework Consultation Draft
Energy efficiency upgrades reduce household energy bills and can make houses healthier and more comfortable.
At a societal level, vilification and hate divides and damages our community.