CSSA has launched a series of fact sheets for Election 2016. The first of these, "Income to live", outlines CSSA's position on this vital area of public importance. This coincides with Australian Council of Social Services' (ACOSS) open letter asking all the major parties to put reducing poverty and inequality at the heart of the 2016 Federal Election.
Social Services Minister Christian Porter, should dump plans to cut the income of most single breadwinner families by more than $54 a week.
AUSTRALIAN CATHOLIC BISHOPS CONFERENCE Archbishop Mark Coleridge, Bishop Eugene Hurley and Dr Maria Harries Represent Australia at Synod on the Family