ACOSS Post-Budget Breakfast 2017: Housing affordability, climate change, poverty & inequality and community services in focus

Nic McBride

15 May 2017 12:00 am Australia/Hobart

Aerial UTS Function Centre

Level 7, Building 10, 235 Jones Street Ultimo

02 9514 1632

We are delighted to announce that early bird registrations for the annual ACOSS Post Budget Breakfast are now open!

The ACOSS Post Budget Breakfast is a key event for civil society in Australia. Join us and a high profile panel of expert commentators in Sydney at UTS on Monday 15 May as we move beyond short term analysis and apply a focussed critical lens on four key areas of budget impact: Poverty and Inequality, Housing Affordability, Climate Change and Community Services

To kick the event off we have invited the Treasurer, the Hon. Scott Morrison, MP. Although the Treasurer has attended and addressed past ACOSS Post Budget events, and has taken questions from the floor, there can never be a guarantee. However, we have also programmed a dynamic panel of commentators who will move beyond politics and short term analysis to focus on four particular aspects of budget impact: poverty and inequality, climate change, community services and housing affordability.

Early Bird Registrations have just opened, so you can now register to take advantage of discounted rates.

Registration includes an a la carte cooked breakfast, fresh baked pastries, tea, coffee and juice,  thanks to the generous support of our ACOSS Platinum Partner- the University of Technology Sydney (UTS).

Visit the ACOSS Post Budget Website for more information.

P.S – Are registration costs preventing you from attending this event? Please visit the Bursaries and Subsidies page on the post budget breakfast website for information on subsidised registrations for people with disability or on low income and for small community sector organisations.