This annual survey has yielded some interesting results. See the article by ProBono Australia for further details.
You can read a short analysis of how the budget addressed our sector on the ProBono Australia website.
Detailed information on the Portable Long Service scheme, covering community service sector workers, is available on the Business Victoria website.
Great ABC news story featuring a Ngoonooru-Wadjari woman who tackled homelessness by getting on top of money management.
ProBono Australia discusses the National Housing Finance and Investment Corporation’s $315 million social bond launch.
While Family Safety Victoria and the Department of Education and Training are working towards the roll out of in-depth training, workers are able to access an introduction to child information sharing schemes and MARAM online. Who should undertake training? Information sharers and expert advisors (Sharers) Information sharers and expert advisors are personnel in prescribed organisations […]
The ABC online news posted this all too familiar story about the reality of emergency accommodation based on a report published by the North & West Homelessness Network in Melbourne.
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On 28 February Unison Housing Research Lab will launch its latest research report which provides insights into the occupancy patterns of around 1,000 community housing tenants to try to answer ‘Who stays and who leaves community housing, and why?’ This is a not-to-be-missed event for tenancy support workers, housing workers, mental health workers and people who work […]
Staff from the Victorian Council of Social Services consulted with community sector representatives right across the state in order to present a collective picture of social issues in regional areas and the result of those round-table discussion can be read in the Voices of Victoria report.