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120,000 Tasmanians Live in Poverty

“Poverty is not inevitable. The role of government is to ensure each one of us has the opportunity to live a good life."
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Positions Vacant: Join the TasCOSS Policy Team

The Policy Officer will be responsible for producing high quality research, policy advice, reports and government submissions that draw on the experiences and voices of our members and those they provide services to. Applications close 5pm, Friday 26 October 2018.
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Local Government Democracy Puts Power in Our Hands

When we actively participate in our democracy we show that we care about our communities and want to be heard. 
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TasCOSS Training & Events


National Carers Week 2018

Trying to maintain both paid work and an unpaid caring role can be incredibly stressful. Many carers describe it as like trying to hold down two full-time jobs.

National Carers Week 2018

Children's Week 2018

TasCOSS is pleased to host the online Calendar of Events for Children’s Week 2018 activities.

Children's Week 2018

2018 ACOSS National Conference

The 2018 ACOSS National Conference is a key annual member event.

2018 ACOSS National Conference

Workshop: An Insider’s Tips for an Effective Budget Priorities Statement

Former DPAC Secretary, Rhys Edwards will outline an insider’s advice on how Budget submissions are assessed and progressed.

Workshop: An Insider’s Tips for an Effective Budget Priorities Statement

  • For Tasmanians
  • For Members
  • About TasCOSS

TasCOSS Submission to the Employment Service Expert Advisory Panel

We believe there is an opportunity in the re-design of employment services in Tasmania to create a system that supports job seekers to become confident participants in our society and economy.

Latest Jobs Australia SCHCADS Paytables for 1 July 2018 *Member Only Resource*

TasCOSS Members are now able to access the 1 July 2018 pay tables from Jobs Australia by logging into the TasCOSS website.

Election 2018: A Message from Cassy O’Connor, Greens Leader

Good governments work for the people, not for big business. They are open, transparent and accountable. 

Election 2018: A Message from The Hon Will Hodgman MP, Liberal Leader

The 2018 State election is not about any single issue; it is about who has the best plan for all Tasmanians; their future, and all the things they care about, whether that is jobs and the economy, health and education, the cost of living, or supporting Tasmanians when they need it.

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