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Paying the Price of Welfare Reform

Paying the Price of Welfare Reform: the experiences of Anglicare staff and clients in interacting with Centrelink   New research released by the Anglicare Australia network, including Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre, examines the impact of the ongoing automation of Centrelink services on vulnerable clients, on staff, and …

Failure on housing reveals where the real priorities stand – The Mercury opinion piece

Read the original article on The Mercury This week’s Federal Budget let many poor and homeless Tasmanians down, says Meg Webb BUDGETS are about choices and priorities. They are an indication of what, and who, is important to us. By any measure, housing affordability is a national priority issue, and here in …

Rental Affordability Snapshot Tasmania 2018

Download the 2018 Tasmanian Rental Affordability Snapshot Download the 2018 Australian Rental Affordability Snapshot View Rental Affordability Snapshots across Australia Download the Anglicare Tasmania media release Key findings There were 1245 private rentals advertised in Tasmania on 24-25 March, 2018 - this is a 9 per cent drop since 2017 ...




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Today, SARC launches its 2018 Rental Affordability Snapshot. The findings paint a picture of just how devastating Tasmania's housing crisis has become.

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“If children are not being schooled adequately, or if the sick are denied health care, it is seen as a failure of the system more than the individual. Yet it’s not seen that way with housing.”

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It was great to see so many people come together in Hobart to discuss Youth Homelessness Matters Day.

Check out some photos from the forum which brought together those committed to ending homelessness for unaccompanied children in Tasmania.

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"It is unsettling, politically and morally, to discover there are Tasmanian children who are homeless and alone, unaccompanied by a parent or guardian."
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This week, SARC's blog takes a look at what can be done to improve the lives of vulnerable young people.

We also give you an update on our upcoming research, which includes two major research projects due to be released later this year.

Read it here: https://t.co/e7edXFBhuU

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