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CSSA submission on the Social Services Legislation Amendment Bill

Catholic Social Services Australia's (CSSA) submission on the Social Services Legislation Amendment (Family Payments Structural Reform and Participation Measures) Bill.

Last updated: 19 November 2015

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Future Role and Contribution of Regional Capitals to Australia

Catholic Social Services Australia (CSSA) welcomes the opportunity to contribute to the Senate Inquiry into the “Future Role and Contribution of Regional Capitals to Australia”.

Last updated: 7 May 2015

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CSSA Senate Inquiry - Submission 31

The impact on service quality, efficiency and sustainability of recent Commonwealth community service tendering processes by the Department of Social Services .

Last updated: 1 April 2015

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CSSA Response to Roles and Responsibilities in Housing and Homelessness – Issues Paper 2

Catholic Social Services Australia’s response to the Housing and Homelessness Issues Paper which is a component of the Reform of the Federation White Paper.

Last updated: 4 March 2015

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CSSA Submission to 2015-16 Commonwealth Pre-Budget

Catholic Social Services Australia’s (CSSA) recommendations for the 2015-16 Commonwealth Government Budget. CSSA urges the Government to adopt equity as its chief guiding principle, in order to ensure vulnerable families and individuals are not unfairly disadvantaged by expenditure cuts.

Last updated: 6 February 2015

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Exposure draft for employment services 2015–20

Catholic Social Services Australia (CSSA) is pleased to submit some brief comments on the exposure draft for employment services 2015–20 purchasing arrangements. CSSA is concerned that smaller mission-driven providers may be squeezed out of the market and that this may adversely affect job seekers, particularly those who are highly disadvantaged.

Last updated: 22 August 2014

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CSSA Submission to Green Paper on Northern Australia

Government have a much stronger position when developing its White Paper on the social issues and implications in Northern Australia, and explore opportunities to share the benefits of economic growth including with the most vulnerable, with additional social services and infrastructure

Last updated: 13 August 2014

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CSSA Submission to the Interim Report on Welfare Reform

CSSA believes that the social support system should enable people to meet their basic material needs, provide for the needs of their families, participate in the community and live with dignity. We believe the objective of the Review should not be primarily to find savings for Government but about how best to build stronger communities.

Last updated: 8 August 2014