SIMNA, in association with ACTCOSS, were fortunate to hear from Scott Bayley - Principal Specialist in Performance Management and Results at DFAT - presenting an engaging public session on how to conduct a successful measurement and evaluation project. This ranged from management and Theory of Change principles, to recognising when programs...
ACTCOSS has released a new publication, Stories of Transition, which combines individual and organisational stories with information and data to highlight the effects of disruption across the human services sector in the last decade.
You're invited to the ACTCOSS AGM on Tuesday 21 November. Hear from speaker Rachel Stephen-Smith MLA.
Are you a person with a disability or a carer? We want to hear YOUR experiences of healthcare in Canberra.
This week, ACOSS provided feedback at a two hour workshop on Commissioning for Better Outcomes led by the Department of Social Services.
New research released today shows that in the ACT around one in 10 people are living in a low-income household, and 12 per cent of children are living in low income households.
Just over one year since the 2016 ACT Election, ACTCOSS has released themes for the 2018-19 Budget. These focus on gaps in social and community infrastructure, a need to better adjust to economic and digital change, and a warning about the need to recognise that as our city grows and the age and employment profile changes, government needs...
We are calling on members to nominate for Committee positions open for election at our AGM on 21 November. Nominations close 5pm, 24 October.
ACTCOSS welcomes the announcement of a citizens’ jury to be convened by the ACT Government to examine ways to improve the Compulsory Third Party insurance scheme (CTP) in the ACT.
As Canberra moves towards the wider use of citizens’ juries, the Canberra Alliance for Participatory Democracy (CAPaD) and ACTCOSS have joined forces to expose a draft set of principles to ensure that deliberative mechanisms are trialled in a robust, respectful and informed way.