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More jobs, not just job applications

28 Jul 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases Poverty Unemployment

Commenting on the proposed new employment services model released today, Anglicare Australia’s acting Executive Director, Roland Manderson said he would be pleased if more money were to be injected into supporting people into work but warned that pushing them into low paid, short term work, or merely applying for jobs they cannot win, is not the solution.

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Unemployment: looking beyond supply and demand

10 Jul 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases Poverty Unemployment

New research commissioned by Anglicare Australia and released in Canberra today clearly shows that people out of work for the long term need individual skills and capability development to help them find and sustain a job, rather than simply being matched to job vacancies.

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Interim report a stalking horse

30 Jun 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases Newstart Welfare Reform

Anglicare Australia acting Executive Director, Roland Manderson today warned that the interim report on welfare reform (McClure) could be used as a stalking horse to further stigmatise the most disadvantaged members of Australian society.

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A backward Budget

13 May 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases Budget

Anglicare Australia Executive Director, Kasy Chambers has described this year’s Budget as backward.

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Uncertainty the enemy of efficiency

19 Mar 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases NFP

In the lead-up to ‘Repeal Day’ next week and the abolition of the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC), Anglicare Australia has raised concerns over the uncertainty of the NFP sector’s future – both for staff and clients.

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Budget cuts risk leaving people behind

3 Feb 2014 by Anglicare Australia | Media Releases Submission

Anglicare Australia’s 2014-15 Budget Submission reflects its view that many of the most marginalised members of Australian society are at risk of being left behind, and their potential contribution lost to the Australian community.

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