The DSS discussion paper contains some positive directions, such as suggestions for enhanced training and development for the workers in the FWC sector.
Pride. Compassion. Strength. These are the key themes that rose to the top of our discussions with residents of Tasmania’s North West and Western regions.
Today I will share with you some of the learnings and approaches we are taking in Tasmania – and equally, I know I will learn from you throughout the day to be able to apply your learnings to where we go next.
The priority in the TasWater discussions must be delivery of the best outcomes for all Tasmanians and especially those on low incomes, according to TasCOSS.
There will be a number of opportunities for the Tasmanian Community Sector to be involved in this project during 2017, including through surveys, interviews and roundtable discussions.
In among the flurry of an election it is easy to get distracted. But before we get too distracted, it is time to ask a bolder question: What would it take for you to love your government?
TasCOSS has consulted with key stakeholders across the sector who have shared their considered views on the centres, both as a model and as they are working in practice.
There is a little less than a week left to submit to the Senate Inquiry on Centrelink debt with submission dates closing on 22 March.
It is TasCOSS’s belief that the intention of the Tasmanian Government to address these historical injustices is an important statement in support of human rights.
Community sector calls for end of Centrelink’s auto debt recovery program and the bullying of victims.
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