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Youth homelessness crisis: 3 things governments need to do right now

Jason Juretic, Friday, 5th August 2022 -  First it was COVID driving youth homelessness, but now inflation is making a dire situation worse. Jason Juretic explains what governments should be doing as an immediate priority. 

Is it time to reskill? 

Contributor, Friday, 5th August 2022 -  If you do decide that gaining more skills would be of value to your career, here are some things to consider.  Sometimes when we fall into a professional rut, learning new skills, whether

SA Greens to launch bill to use private land to ease homelessness

Samantha Freestone, Friday, 5th August 2022 -  South Australian Greens follow Victoria’s lead in a move aimed at tackling growing homelessness. Robert Simms, Member for the State South Australian Parliament will introduce

Homelessness charity spawns two social enterprises

Samantha Freestone, Thursday, 4th August 2022 -  What started as a charity to help people experiencing  homelessness be safe, warm and dry has evolved into two social enterprises, creating even more funds for the homeless. Tony

Gunawirra celebrates Aboriginal Children’s Day 2022

Joshua Staines, Wednesday, 3rd August 2022 -  Joshua Staines, chairperson of community-led children and families charity Gunawirra, welcomes you to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day and offers

Podcast project shows human cost of hotel program

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 3rd August 2022 -  Centring the voices of homeless people, the podcast reveals their pandemic experience and raises the question of what could have been done better. When COVID hit in 2020, people experiencing

Advocates push for Brisbane Olympics social impact gold

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 3rd August 2022 -  Momentum and expectations are building around how the Brisbane Games could leave a social policy legacy that benefits the whole community. With 10 years to go until the Olympics land

Closure of Redfern hub devastates Aboriginal community

Danielle Kutchel, Wednesday, 3rd August 2022 -  Iconic centre’s owner will soon open applications for new management and have promised to provide “safe access” for the community in the meantime. Redfern’s Aboriginal community

Law for good: how Marque Lawyers does things differently

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 2nd August 2022 -  The word “lawyer” might conjure a particular kind of image for some people, but Marque Lawyers, based in Sydney, is turning preconceived notions on their heads. Michael Bradley,

Thankyou’s social impact model expands with new sustainable products following bumper growth

Samantha Freestone, Tuesday, 2nd August 2022 -   Thankyou – one of Australia’s most successful social enterprises – aims to create good that is quantifiable. Thankyou is one of Australia’s best-known social enterprises

Q&A: Rishworth’s plan for “positive impact”

Danielle Kutchel, Tuesday, 2nd August 2022 -  The new social services minister promises to leave no Australian behind. Almost three months on from the election, Parliament has begun sitting and we’re starting to get an idea of
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