This ACTCOSS annual report is a record of our achievements for 2008-09, including major policy advocacy, sector development and organisation development activities.
ACTCOSS states its commitment to its first Reconciliation Action Plan.
Prior to developing a Reconiliation Action Plan, ACTCOSS made a Pledge for Reconciliation and Justice. Our Pledge sets out our commitments to achieving reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians.
This ACTCOSS annual report is a record of our achievements for 2007-08, including major policy advocacy, sector development and organisation development activities.
Although the ACT has the lowest rate of imprisonment of any Australian jurisdiction, and one of the lowest rates of Indigenous imprisonment, Indigenous people are still significantly overrepresented in our justice system.
This report attempts to engage with the reasons for this over-representation, to identify existing mainstream and Indigenous crime prevention and diversion initiatives in the ACT, to highlight gaps in service provision and areas of unmet need and make recommendations for change.
This ACTCOSS annual report is a record of our achievements for 2006-07, including major policy advocacy, sector development and organisation development activities.
A manual to guide quality improvement In ACT community service organisations.
In this submission to the ACT Government, we have listed suggestions about the facilities, design, use and management of the Yarramundi Cultural Centre.
In this submission, ACTCOSS states that at the heart of this discussion must remain the needs of vulnerable Canberrans accessing or detained in identified services.
This section of the OIK outlines the role, responsibilities and challenges that face a Board or Management Committee.
As well as the information provided in OIK documents below, the following links may be helpful for your reference.
The people who do the work in an organisations, whether they are workers, managers, administrators, volunteers or board members are crucial to providing quality services and maintaining an organisation. In a complex environment good human resource