Our definition of economic success should be inclusive growth that benefits all Tasmanians, not just growth that assumes growth alone will achieve a better life for all. As we consistently measure up well in the national rankings economically, now is the time to turn our focus to how we ensure the growth is sustainable beyond the traditional cycles we have previously seen.
Kym Goodes says reducing entrenched, generational poverty requires leadership.
TasCOSS, along with twelve other new inductees, was commended for demonstrating a commitment to supporting a work-life balance, employee engagement, communication, leadership and continuous improvement.
The Federal Government’s agreement to waive Tasmania’s historical housing debt shows what can happen when Tasmanian voices unite on an issue that matters to our State. Shelter Tasmania, TasCOSS and our industry have fought long and hard to achieve this outcome for over a decade. Your strong and fearless voices and refusal to let the issue go have yielded a positive result for all Tasmanians.
In 2018, the State Government committed funding for a comprehensive Community Services Industry Plan to ensure the industry continues to grow and remains strong and sustainable into the future. This Budget Priorities Statement presents a funding request and rationale that would enable implementation of the Industry Plan’s priority actions.
An archive of previous issues of the TasCOSS enews.