Free resources are available to assist community service workers to better help clients with energy costs. Electricity bills continue to be a challenge for Tasmanians living on low incomes and many others.
Social innovation and the social economy can cause great confusion. Many terms are new, overlapping or not that useful in the first place. Our colleagues at VCOSS have put together a series of briefing papers to help fight the confusion.
The DSS discussion paper contains some positive directions, such as suggestions for enhanced training and development for the workers in the FWC sector.
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.
Subscribe to the fortnightly TasCOSS enews.
We provide Members with general support and assistance to access information and advice relevant to our sector.
Search the complete TasCOSS publication library online or take a look at our How To site
The TasCOSS Board is representative of its Membership.
Local people know their communities best, but don’t always have the resources to effect change.
Australians don’t expect their leaders to be super human. Just human will do. What we do expect is leadership