Fixing Employment Services / Personalising Centrelink and Welfare
Date: 25/03/2019 - 26/03/2019
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Location: The Angliss Conference Centre
555 La Trobe Street
Email: [email protected]
Fixing Employment Services
Australia’s employment services system has evolved over the last 30 years. Despite this evolution, the experience of employment services by job seekers has remained largely unchanged.
Jobseekers, people with disabilities, families, friends, support organisations, community groups and policy makers are invited to contribute to the people driven process.
More information on submitting proposals, papers and other contributions can be found at Civil Society Australia
Personalising Centrelink and Welfare
Australia ‘s spending on welfare services is currently $154 billion and is expected to grow to $187 billion by 2019 and $225 billion by 3025.
Government attempts at ‘welfare reform’ over the last three decades have failed to reduce the number of Australians in receipt of welfare.
Suggestions for reform on the welfare system, its financial outlays, operations, processes and culture, are invited. Recipients of social security payments, people with disabilities, families, friends, support organisations, community groups and policy maker are invited to contribute to the people driven process.
More information on submitting on the national conference, proposals, papers and other contributions can be found at Civil Society Australia