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  • Wednesday 17 September 2014

    Australians still trivialise and excuse violence against women

    The latest National Community Attitudes Survey on Violence against Women (NCAS), released today, shows that most measures of community understanding and attitudes on violence against women have not improved in Australia in almost 20 years. In some areas, they’ve worsened.

     

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  • Tuesday 16 September 2014

    Lack of Transparency Fuelling Homelessness: Kevin Andrews, MP

    Pro Bono reports on the opening address by Federal Minister for Social Services Kevin Andrews at the National Homelessness Conference held recently at the Gold Coast.

     

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  • Tuesday 16 September 2014

    Almost 20% of Australians living from pay to pay

    From Pro Bono News - a report by the NAB outlining how 3 million Australians are living from pay to pay.

     

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  • Wednesday 10 September 2014

    World Suicide Prevention Day

    Today, the 10th September,  is World Suicide Prevention Day. The National Coalition for Suicide Prevention has launched Australias' response to the World Health Organisation Suicide Report and given a short summary on what action Australia can take to help prevent suicide. Both the summary and full report are available by clicking 'Read More'.

     

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  • Wednesday 10 September 2014

    Please help the UNHCR provide life-saving emergency relief today

    The United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)is asking for support to provide life-saving emergency relief to those suffering in Iraq as a result of the current invasion and conflict by the Islamic State of Iraq and Levant (ISIL). The effect of this conflict is detailed in the UNHCR report below.

     

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