VCOSS Policy Library

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Jul 12

The NDIS Code of Conduct sets out the obligations providers and workers are expected to comply with when delivering NDIS


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Victorians are being pushed to the edge by electricity price rises. Our bills are now the second highest in Australia


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VCOSS believes people with disability living in supported disability accommodation (SDA) should have the same tenancy rights as other people


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Jun 27

Victorians need fair and equitable access to legal aid. Read our submission to @VicLegalAid Means Test Review https://t.co/FjNS9IFOhb pic.twitter.com/0Yhghri8yp —


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Jun 19

It is increasingly tough to stay connected to power and providing support for people in payment difficulty is more important


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Law reform to improve the court experience for victim/survivors of family violence and sexual assault have been ongoing for more


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Jun 6

The Victorian Government is rushing through dangerously regressive legislation that will make the state’s youth justice system cruel and less


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May 16

Community organisations are the key to helping Victorians prepare for and overcome disasters and it is time to bring them


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Recovery from an emergency cannot be resilient unless the community is resilient to begin with.


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Apr 28

While financial concerns are a problem for kinship carers, it is difficult to separate financial support for kinship carers from


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Apr 18

VCOSS views the proposed redesign as an opportunity to strengthen, rather than diminish, financial wellbeing and capability services, particularly at


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For many people with disability, the current review of NDIS costs reinforces a perceived shift away from viewing the scheme


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Price limits and pricing policies directly affect service quality and diversity available to NDIS participants. Having an accurate and flexible


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Apr 12

"The robodebt system must be, to borrow a term used previously, must be ‘dead, buried and cremated’. It should not


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