Applications are now open for two NGO scholarships in the Public Service Management Program 2017.
Have a look – and a laugh – at the video produced in collaboration with our friends at VCOSS.
A human rights focus is particularly important when dealing with the issue of family violence.
“Tasmanian children in care are not living better lives than they were two, three or even five years ago, and that is simply not good enough.”
“As Prime Minister, we are now seeking your urgent intervention, in light of the lack of action by the responsible Minister.”
“More than 10,000 Tasmanians work in the community services sector, accounting for nearly 4% of the State’s total workforce,” Ms Goodes said.
Centrelink is using a new online system to compare their income records with the Australian Tax Office records.
Australians don’t expect their leaders to be super human. Just human will do. What we do expect is leadership
Tasmania’s community service sector has rallied together to provide immediate support to Tasmanians impacted by the Centrelink debt recovery debacle.
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