Read about this success story for William, a client from the Care Farm project at Child & Family Services, Ballarat.
In the lead up to the Victorian State election, that’s a very good question, so staff at Victorian Council of Social Services are helping to keep us informed with their Policy Tracker . If the government’s response to any social issues will help to determine how you vote, it’s well worth going to look at.
Please note that the deadline for enrolling to vote is 8pm, Tuesday November 6th. If you are working with clients who need to enrol, see the VEC website for more details.
The Council to Homeless Persons facilitated a forum that covered a number of issues yesterday, but if you missed out, you can find out more by reading about the SHS Transition Plan and the Homelessness Election Platform.
Good news story from the ABC website about an innovative program to combat homelessness.
ABC News website features a refreshingly good news story on homelessness.
A good news story from the ABC news website about breaking the cycle of homelessness for people experiencing rough sleeping.
If you weren’t able to attend the recent AHURI conference, you can still catch up on the information delivered by viewing video of plenary sessions, PowerPoint presentations accompanying all talks or read the wrap up of events.
SBS will be airing a second series of ‘Filthy, Rich and Homeless‘ beginning August 14 and it’s generating discussion already. Pro Bono Australia are asking ‘Can TV Show Us What it is Really Like to be Homeless?’ in an article featuring comments by Jenny Smith of Council to Homeless Persons here in Victoria. If nothing […]
An interesting article from the ABC news website that highlights the development potential of vacant buildings in our communities for addressing the issue of homelessness and housing affordability.