A stand out theme across the whole region was the opportunity to access vacant buildings across the community for various developments and initiatives.
TasCOSS urges the next Federal Government to ensure dental care is affordable for all by, as a first step, doubling the number of adults able to use public dental services.
We call on the next Federal Government to waive Tasmania’s housing debt so that we can invest in affordable housing for all Tasmanians.
TasCOSS proposes that Tasmania be a trial site for a place-based, regional labour market model. A local governance body would be established and after mapping the capitals in the community, they would commission the services required for both job seekers and employers.
A common theme was the need to find sustainable industries for the winter months and to have training opportunities with local job outcomes attached.
We believe there is an opportunity in the re-design of employment services in Tasmania to create a system that supports job seekers to become confident participants in our society and economy.
A common theme was the need to support alternative work models for professionals and to foster creative means of employment.
A common theme that arose was the need to support the next generation to succeed and prosper in the Derwent Valley.
We want to help you build a community with strong employment opportunities, to do that we need your input because local people know the south east region best.
We have no doubt the people of the West Coast have ideas with the potential to enhance the resilience and vitality of their region and its communities.
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