Involved families will be invited to take part in regular conversations with us to talk about their experiences, what’s working well about WT3, and what could be improved. Parents and carers will receive a voucher for each conversation to recognise the value of their time and expertise.
“Poverty is not inevitable. The role of government is to ensure each one of us has the opportunity to live a good life.”
Alongside Anglicare, Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania, the NILS Network of Tasmania and the Hobart Community Legal Centre, we co-signed a letter on the issue that was sent to all 12 Tasmanian Senators and five Federal Tasmanian MPs.
When we actively participate in our democracy we show that we care about our communities and want to be heard.
‘’It is absolutely vital that policy makers put people at the centre of policy design. We must listen to experiences of people using jobactive services and design an employment services system that responds to the needs they identify,” ACOSS CEO Dr Cassandra Goldie said.