Pro Bono Australia examine the highlights of the Productivity Commission’s report and seek comment from peak bodies in this news story.
To watch video of this week long special on housing, visit the ABC’s 7:30 Report website, where the issue of housing affordability and it’s ongoing consequences are being looked at in-depth.
Dear colleagues in the Homelessness Sector, I’m writing to warmly invite you to a public event hosted by RMIT University to mark International Women’s Day 2020 The topic of the event is pregnancy and homelessness, and will include the launch of the report ‘Not Pregnant Enough’: Pregnancy and Homelessness (Murray, Theobald, Haylett & Watson, 2020) […]
The inquiry into Homelessness being conducted by the Victorian Parliament’s Legal and Social Issues Committee has extended the deadline for submissions to 16th March, so you, your agency or clients can still have a say. Information about how to make a submission is available on the Homelessness Inquiry website, along with the videos and transcripts […]
Family Safety Victoria is conducting a survey of people from work roles that intersect with family violence. If you are unclear about whether this includes your work, the following scenarios apply- Where family violence / violence against women is not the significant focus of your role but are you have contact with victim survivors or perpetrators of family violence and […]
You might have already read this important information in the AIHW Newsletter, but if not.. Currently, only half of Unassisted Persons have a valid Statistical Linkage Key (SLK). Valid SLKs help the AIHW understand how many Unassisted Persons become clients at a later date and how many never receive any assistance from agencies. The SLK […]
New information about the introduction of the Orange Door family violence response service in Loddon area is available now. See the Background Paper for details about the program and Access Arrangements Information to find out how it will operate in this region.
The Andrews Labor Government’s landmark reform to early childhood education has arrived in Yarriambiack and Northern Grampians shires. Parliamentary Secretary for Early Childhood Education Sonya Kilkenny today joined early childhood staff, children and families at Minyip Kindergarten and Aussie Kindies Early Learning Stawell to launch the start of funded universal Three-Year-Old Kindergarten.
The Council to Homeless Persons are currently calling for contributions for their April 2020 issue, which focuses on changes in both the understanding of the dynamics of youth homelessness and the range of different policy and service responses and settings that have been developed and implemented to provide a better way forward in responding to youth […]
The Andrews Labor Government’s landmark reform to early childhood education has arrived, as hundreds of children in regional Victoria start Three-Year-Old Kindergarten from today.