The Victorian State Election will be held on November 24th and for people experiencing homelessness or housing crisis the election poses both a problem and an opportunity. If a person is homeless, they do not have to vote and they can’t be fined if they enrol using a ‘no fixed address’ form. If someone you […]
You might remember that the Victorian Council of Social Services has been conducting round-table consultations and surveys in order to get feedback from the community sector about workforce issues or you might have even contributed in some way. These discussions have culminated in the 10 Year Community Services Industry Plan or you can go to the […]
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.
The Australian National Research Organisation for Women’s Safety has compiled this summary of their research to inform practitioners about the impact of family violence on children.