Network News November 2013

Posted 5 November 2013 4:23pm

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Supporting Families Everywhere
NGO Partner of the 2013 FRSA Conference

From 5-7 November, CSSA will be showcasing our network's significant family support investment across the country.  Paula Washington and Peter Burgoyne reflect on the journey of collaboration that has brought us to this point. 



Paul's last contribution to Network News as ED before taking up a new role with Caritas Australia.

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Marriage Education Conference Brings Hope of Revival

Catholic Society for Marriage Education

About 50 people gathered at the Thomas Carr Centre in East Melbourne on Friday 4 October for the Catholic Society for Marriage Education (CSME) national conference.

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Catholics Called to Consider Safeguards this Melbourne Cup

CatholicCare Sydney

Gambling Help counsellors at CatholicCare Sydney’s Gambling Intervention Family Team (GIFT) are advising Catholics to consider putting safeguards in place this Melbourne Cup.

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Listening, Learning and Leading

Catholic Social Services Victoria

Catholic social services leaders from across the country joined a strong Victorian contingent at the Listening, Learning and Leading conference in Melbourne on 9–10 October. 

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We open our doors to everyone

Centacare Brisbane

If you happen to drive along Annerley Road, Woolloongabba you might have noticed a street called Abingdon Street. A few metres up the hill away from the busy main road you’ll notice a building called Justice Place.

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100 unemployed young people trained at MYC in 2013

Marist Youth Care

By the end of 2013, 100 young people will have gained pre-employment training and qualifications from Marist Youth Care’s Skills Development Centres (SDC) in Blacktown Sydney and Brunswick Melbourne.

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Anti-Poverty Week at Mt Druitt NSW

Jesuit Social Services

Mt Druitt has its fair share of people who are struggling to make ends meet, so Jesuit Social Services decided to make it a little easier during Anti-Poverty Week 2013.

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Broken Bay Finalists in 2013 National Safety Awards

CatholicCare Diocese of Broken Bay

Last month CatholicCare was a finalist for one of seven awards at the 21st National Safety Council of Australia’s NSCA/GIO Workers Compensation National Safety Awards of Excellence, one of only two not for profit organisations recognised.

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