Last night the Treasurer brought down a difficult budget for difficult times.
UnitingCare Australia has welcomed yesterday’s report of the Senate Inquiry into Residential and Community Aged Care in Australia. The Inquiry, conducted by the Senate Standing Committee on Finance and Public Administration, has called for sweeping changes including an all-encompassing review of the sector using a client-based approach.
Major Church Providers of social services in Australia have called for an independent review of the process for allocating employment services contracts, following the release today of the Jobs Services Australia contracts.
Major church providers of social services are ready to act on measures announced in the stimulus package which has just been passed by the Senate.
Major church providers of social services in Australia have urged a resolution of the Government’s second stimulus package.
Major church providers of social services in Australia have welcomed the Government’s plans to establish 20,000 new dwellings to bolster Australia’s social housing stock detailed at a briefing session at Parliament House in Canberra today.
Major church providers have expressed optimism ahead of a meeting with Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard in Sydney today where they will discuss measures to help limit the impact of the Global Financial Crisis on vulnerable Australians and the social services they rely on.
UnitingCare Australia welcomes the Federal Government’s proposal of a more flexible model for disability employment services that will cater to people’s individual needs.
UnitingCare Australia welcomes Saturday’s COAG announcements signalling a strong commitment to improving the lives of Australians who are disadvantaged and vulnerable.
Major church providers have called for a crisis and recovery fund from the Australian Government to ensure people who are doing it tough due to the impact of the global financial crisis are not further disadvantaged.