A new set of rules for org.au domain names has come into effect as of 12 April 2021, for all new registrations. For existing .org.au domain names the new rules commence when the current license period expires. If your organisation has a website domain name with .org.au at the end, it will need to be aware of these changes, in case it is affected.
The WHO Global report on Ageism has been released, highlighting the prevalence of ageism globally and makes key recommendations for how to work together to combat it.
Working It Out (WIO) is looking for a office space to share in Launceston. We require one office space, access to amenities such as kitchen, toilet, internet and access to a bookable meeting room to fit about 10 people.
Organisations are increasingly being asked to engage with communities of all backgrounds as a way of ensuring their programs and services are not only effective, but equitable. This webinar will summarise the key principles and practices of community engagement, highlighting things to keep in mind when engaging with multicultural communities.
PICAC Alliance and the Centre for Cultural Diversity in Ageing are pleased to launch the Multilingual Older Persons COVID-19 Support Line. The free support line is funded by the Australian Department of Health, and is an Australia-wide initiative that provides in-language information and support associated with COVID-19, and referrals to appropriate services and programs for older Australians from culturally diverse backgrounds.
Are you an older Tasmanian needing legal advice? Or are you worried about an older person you know? Legal Aid’s clinics at COTA Tasmania offer free, private and confidential appointments.
Social Impact Leadership Australia (SILA) is a ground-breaking national capacity building and leadership program designed specifically for current leaders of Australian for-purpose organisations. This program will be delivered by the Centre for Social Impact, a world leader in social impact education.
Applications are now invited for the 2020-2021 Community Support Levy (CSL) Charitable Organisations Grants Program.
Mental Health Families and Friends Tasmania offers statewide peer support sessions for families and friends who support a person with mental ill health.
The Migrant Resource Centre Tasmania Aged Care Navigator is a free service that helps multicultural older people and their families to understand what services and support is available through the Australian Government (My Aged Care). Assistance is offered statewide from our Glenorchy and Launceston offices.