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Only a long-term national strategy and a deep, non-partisan commitment from federal, state and territory governments will begin to address the chronic shortage of secure, affordable housing for low income Australians, including a significant number of older Australians. Speaking ahead of the launch of National Homelessness Week (4-10 August) in Hobart this morning, St Vincent de Paul National Council CEO Toby O’Connor repeated the Society’s call for a 30-year National Strategy.
We all have a role to play in raising awareness and doing what we can to assist those in need of housing. Homelessness Week 2019 (#HW2019), 4-10 August 2019, features the theme ‘Housing ends homelessness’ with a range of activities for people to be involved in.
ACRATH members have once again walked the halls of Australian Federal Parliament advocating on behalf of people who are trafficked into slavery. During the visit, on July 29 and 30, a team of ACRATH advocates not only continued their advocacy and lobbying work, but they also congratulated Parliamentarian representatives for passing the Modern Slavery Act 2018.
Catholic Social Services Victoria warmly welcomes its newest members - JoCare in Malvern, Joseph's Corner Inc in Melbourne's west and House of Welcome Ballarat. We look forward to working with the staff and volunteers of these organisations who are working to serve some of our most vulnerable community members.

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