TasCOSS’s Measuring Progress in Tasmania (2013–19) table tells the clear story of the increased pace of division and inequality in Tasmania.
The potential of one-quarter of our people to participate in the social and economic opportunities our state offers and to live a good life is denied them by barriers that are not of their making. Turning that around would be a game-changer for the future of our state.
In the South East and Derwent Valley both Local Action Groups (LAGs) are into the implementation stages of their concepts. The South East SE@RCH (South East Region Community Employment Hub) managed by Colony 47 has recently recruited a Regional Employment Manager for the project.