Formally acknowledging and reconciling the wrongs perpetrated against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people—and their long legacy of ongoing trauma—must be a national priority.
The Civil Society Shadow Report on the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) presents the perspective of people with disability in relation to Australia’s compliance with its obligations under this Convention.
All Australians deserve a healthy, safe, affordable home. Improving housing energy efficiency must be central to any effort to bring down power bills, and address the health and wellbeing of households.
This pay table sets out the rates of pay and allowances that will apply from the first full pay period commencing on or after 1 July 2019. These rates of pay have increased due to the 2018-2019 Annual Wage Review.
The NDIS Business and Marketing Toolkit provides simple instructional How To’s to guide your organisation. It can be used as a blueprint for planning or to help you understand and highlight which services are sustainable and which business models may work best in a changing market.
TasCOSS’s Measuring Progress in Tasmania (2013–19) table tells the clear story of the increased pace of division and inequality in Tasmania.
The Tasmanian Council of Social Service (TasCOSS) was inducted as a Employer of Choice at a event in Hobart on Thursday 27 June. The annual Employer of Choice Awards recognise Tasmanian organisations that demonstrate contemporary workplace practices and outstanding support for their staff.
The Understanding Digital Inclusion in Tasmania report was prepared by TasCOSS and funded by the Department of State Growth to inform understanding of the context, data, solutions and key characteristics of low digital inclusion, as well as the foundation knowledge and entry level capabilities required.
Submission to the Developing a Permanency Framework for Children and Young People in the Child Safety System
Federal Housing Minister Michael Sukkar and State Housing Minister Roger Jaensch both attended today’s meeting at which Shelter Tasmania and TasCOSS represented the community services industry with a united front.