This submission represents the views of non-government and community members of the ACT HACC/Disability Services Network on the National Disability Insurance Scheme' draft Information Linkages and Capacity Building Framework.
The Autumn 2015 journal explores community engagement.
SEE-Change and ACTCOSS have provided a joint submission to the Australian Energy Regulator (AER) on the draft determination review for ActewAGL electricity prices 2014-19.
The Conservation Council ACT Region and ACTCOSS have provided a joint comment on the Energy Efficiency (Cost of Living) Improvement Act 2012.
The Summer 2014-15 journal explores continuity and change in the ACT community sector.
This ACTCOSS annual report is a record of our achievements for 2013-14, including major policy advocacy, sector development and organisation development activities.
This report examines labour market trends in Canberra.
The ACTCOSS submission to the ACT Budget 2015-16 includes key asks around affordable housing and homelessness that community sector organisations have come together to promote. We collectively believe ongoing investment will underpin and facilitate genuinely better and more sustainable outcomes for disadvantaged Canberrans in the areas government has identified as priorities for action in its Budget Strategy.
ACTCOSS' submission to the ACT Budget 2015-16.
The Spring 2014 journal explores employment, unemployment and underemployment in the ACT.
The Gulanga Program developed the Activity Book to assist organisations in supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families. We hope the activities will assist you to connect with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their cultures.
Summary report for ACTCOSS' biennial conference in 2014: Designing Social Change - Beyond Talk, Taking Action.
ACTCOSS' comment to the Standing Committee on the Public Accounts Inquiry into the Auditor General’s Report No.4 of 2013: National Partnership Agreement on Homelessness (NPAH).
This is a practical guide for Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander workers in the community sector. It aims to raise awareness of services and to facilitate the engagement of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander peoples and their families to access services that will best meet their needs.
Summary paper outlining selected Budget initiatives.
The Winter 2014 journal explores criminal justice matters in the ACT.
ACTCOSS' letter on the proposed increase in electricity pricing set out in the ICRC's Price Determination Draft Report.
ACTCOSS submission to the Senate Inquiry into Affordable Housing, highlighting the critical issues affecting people securing stable, affordable housing in the ACT.
The Autumn 2014 journal explores women in the ACT.
The CASAT is a set of good practice standards developed to assist community service organisations improve the quality of their services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients and communities and to strengthen the organisation’s knowledge and understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.