VCOSS Policy Library

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Sep 5

Social service jobs are part of a modernised, rapidly growing industry and profession.


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The community services industry is projected to be one of Victoria's fastest growing industries. 


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Aug 2

A Disability Action Plan is an important step in improving health and wellbeing outcomes for Victorians with disability, and supporting


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VCOSS Submission to the Department of Social Services’ Review of the SDA Pricing and Payments Framework


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Jul 11

Too broad and too quick—we have a few concerns about Victoria's proposed 'child information sharing' scheme.


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Jun 15

VCOSS outlines our concerns on the proposal to requiring all students to pass a test to prove they have met


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Targeted strategies and funding are needed to improve access and reduce barriers to mental health services for rural and remote


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Closing the gap will require genuine reconciliation and a shifting of power and control away from government and mainstream organisations


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Apr 10

The establishment of a national regulator for the community sector has long been championed by the COSS Network. We welcomed


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Apr 3

Is a 'Basic Standing Offer' for power users a good idea?


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Mar 16

VCOSS welcomes the opportunity to provide input to the House of Representatives Committee on Health, Aged Care and Sport inquiry


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Mar 13

VCOSS Submission to the Realtime Prescription Monitoring Regulatory Impact Statement The harm from misuse of pharmaceutical medicines is significant. More


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VCOSS response to registration guideline for non-licensed electricity providers. In Victoria, most electricity is provided by businesses licensed by the


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VCOSS submission to NDIS Joint Standing Committee inquiry into market readiness for provision of services under the NDIS The NDIS


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Feb 13

The review of the Vulnerable People in Emergencies policy is an important step in improving emergency management policies to better


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