ACTCOSS and Koorimunication would like your organisation to participate in our initial survey of community sector organisations to hear your experiences with employing and retaining of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples.
ACTCOSS has joined ACOSS in saying the 2018-19 Federal Budget had ducked the long term challenge of creating a revenue stream capable of reversing inequality, addressing unmet service needs and providing pathways out of deep poverty.
New research released today shows that the rising cost of living continues to hit Canberra’s low income households hardest as incomes fail to keep up with the increasing cost of essential goods and services.
The Leading Social Change Board Network is an informal network to connect volunteer board members across the ACT community sector. The 2018 Pilot Board Mentoring Program is for existing members of not-for-profit Boards in the ACT who would like to establish a mentee or mentor relationship with Board members from other not for profit Boards in...
A data snapshot compiled by the ACT Council of Social Service confirms that creating affordable housing and addressing homelessness should be the number one priority for a government committed to reducing inequality....
Would you like to enter a draw for over $300 worth of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources for your workplace?
ACTCOSS is coordinating the Canberra & District Aboriginal &/or Torres Strait Islander Community Sector Worker of the Year Award. Nominate a community sector worker or volunteer by Friday 15 June 2018.
In this article, ACTCOSS takes a closer look at homelessness data in the ACT, including homelessness rates over time and specialist homelessness services.
Community services are pressing for continued action on homelessness in Canberra following the release of 2016 ABS Census figures today which point to a fall in the overall rate of homelessness but highlight the continued demand for support services as well as people continuing to sleeping rough in the ACT.
As we move into 2018, ACTCOSS' policy work takes shape...