ACTCOSS has been working with project partners and the Office For Disability to understand what can be learned about barriers to, and enablers of, better access for people with disabilities to health care in the ACT and region.
Barriers to health care access by people with a disability are the focus of a new report being released today by the ACT Council of Social Service (ACTCOSS) called Imagining Better - Reflections on access, choice and control in ACT health services...
ACT community organisations have called on the ACT Government to require ceiling insulation in rental properties to complement recent changes to its Energy Efficiency Improvement Scheme.
All Australians deserve a healthy, safe, affordable home. Community organisations call for a national strategy for low energy homes in this joint statement (pdf).
Congratulations, Albert! And thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate a worker or volunteer for this award.
We need your help by 30 August 2019 to produce a Context Analysis for the ACT Women's Plan! Your research, data, perspectives and approaches are welcome.
Formally acknowledging and reconciling the wrongs perpetrated against Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people—and their long legacy of ongoing trauma—must be a national priority.
ACTCOSS is calling on everyone in the ACT to stand up for people living on completely inadequate allowances by taking part in the national Week of Action to Raise the Rate from 15-21 July.
What's happening in NAIDOC Week 2019? Check out the NAIDOC Week 2019 calendar we've compiled for the ACT and region.
ACTCOSS has welcomed the release of the 2019-20 Budget by ACT Chief Minister and Treasurer Andrew Barr MLA and its alignment with a number of key priorities outlined in the ACTCOSS Budget submission.