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- 04 March, 2019

Victorian Royal Commission into Mental Health

The Victorian Labor Government is establishing a Royal Commission into Mental Health to ensure future changes to the mental health system reflect the needs of the community.  As part of this,  public consultation is being sought to develop the terms of reference for the Royal Commission. Topics expected to be covered include: Prevention and early […]

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- 25 March, 2019

Fixing Employment Services / Personalising Centrelink and Welfare

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 […]

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- 20 May, 2019

Communities in Control

Get Angry.  Then Get Organised For those on the front lines of the battles for social justice, it can at times feel like a slow grind. So how do we proceed? Tear it down and damn the consequences, or slow and steady wins the race? Is there a place in between? We are the government. […]

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- 12 June, 2019

Public Health Prevention Conference 2019

The Public Health Prevention Conference for 2019 will be focus on smashing the silos by exploring sub-themes of economics of prevention and what is working, what needs to be strengthened and what are the biggest gaps in prevention systems. This year’s conference will build on the learnings from the 2018 Conference which highlighted gaps in […]

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