Today I will share with you some of the learnings and approaches we are taking in Tasmania – and equally, I know I will learn from you throughout the day to be able to apply your learnings to where we go next.
The priority in the TasWater discussions must be delivery of the best outcomes for all Tasmanians and especially those on low incomes, according to TasCOSS.
In among the flurry of an election it is easy to get distracted. But before we get too distracted, it is time to ask a bolder question: What would it take for you to love your government?
The Sunday Tasmanian is surveying aged and disability pensioners about their experiences while living on the pension. Fill out the survey at the link.
“Tasmanian children in care are not living better lives than they were two, three or even five years ago, and that is simply not good enough.”
“More than 10,000 Tasmanians work in the community services sector, accounting for nearly 4% of the State’s total workforce,” Ms Goodes said.
The TasCOSS Board is representative of its Membership.
CEO, Tasmanian Council of Social Service (TasCOSS)
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Event Phone: 03 6231 0755
- State Budget Briefing 2017/18
May 25, 2017
4:30 pm - 6:30 pm
The Annual TasCOSS State Budget Briefing gives you on-the-day knowledgeable commentary and analysis of the State Budget’s impact on the community service sector and vulnerable Tasmanians.