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The Commonwealth Government will re-establish the Prime Minister’s Community Business Partnership to bring together government, community and business leaders to develop practical strategies to foster a culture of philanthropic giving and volunteering in Australia.
Applications are now open for suitably qualified people or organisations to provide services as part of the Government’s Families and Children Expert Panel.
The Australian Government has launched a trial in South Australia which aims to cut unnecessary red tape in the aged care sector. Minister for Social Services, Kevin Andrews said the initiative is part of the Government’s commitment to reduce the cost of regulation by at least $1 billion.
One in three women has experienced physical violence since the age of 15, and one in five has experienced sexual violence.
The Chinese Community Social Services Centre, or On Luck Chinese Nursing Home as we all know it, plays such an important role in our local community here in Menzies – in Manningham – and in Melbourne’s broader Chinese community.
For the first half of the twentieth century, State institutions such as asylums and hospitals were the main source of accommodation security for older people.
Welfare reform, modernising welfare payment system
Budget 2014, NZ Welfare System
As a society, we should do more to support women who choose to have families and a career and this is exactly what the Abbott government’s paid parental leave scheme is designed to do.
Family formation and stability remain the essential catalysts for intergenerational renewal, formative human interaction, socialising children and linking individuals to the wider society.