By connecting with these communities, facilitating conversations and sharing in the decision-making, we are working together to reduce employment inequality and disadvantage in our State.
The co-design model is designed to engage and involve communities during the development and decision making process and this sits at the heart of this Project.
Emerging Voices helps each and every one of us realise the power of our voice in our community and how we as individuals can shape Tasmania.
TasCOSS has developed a ‘Capitals Framework’ for Sorell and the Derwent Valley to help all partners in the Community Innovation and Investment Project (CIIP) better understand the people and places we’ll be working with before we hit the ground with community consultation.
For many people, choices about energy are confusing and burdensome, rather than beneficial and empowering.
So although there was no spike in the cost to Hydro of generating power, Tasmanians were set to pay a substantially higher wholesale price.
The DSS discussion paper contains some positive directions, such as suggestions for enhanced training and development for the workers in the FWC sector.
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.
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.
TasCOSS strongly supports the named focus of placing the wellbeing of children at the centre of any service.
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