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Issues around youth justice have loomed large in the media in recent months, as Government and the community have grappled with how to support and rehabilitate young people while building a society that is safe for all. Improving youth justice centres are one part of this project; building community understanding and Government commitment to the deeper issues is also central. A recent submission from Jesuit Social Services on how to improve youth justice centres in Victoria gives a good overview of key issues.

“Every person ought to have the awareness that purchasing is always a moral – and not simply an economic – act.” Pope Francis 2015.
Please buy only slavery free chocolate this Easter. That’s the message from ACRATH (Australian Catholic Religious Against Trafficking in Humans) and a *coalition of social justice groups, in the days leading up to Easter Sunday on 16 April.
Australians will spend about $2 billion on chocolate this Easter and much of it will have been produced using child labour from West Africa. These children pick cocoa beans – a key ingredient used to make chocolate. Many of these children are forced to do this work.
Catholic Social Services Victoria's recent submission to the Victorian Government on the upcoming budget focuses on entrenched poverty and disadvantage.
Victorians, and their families, who are experiencing poverty in challenging living and working conditions impeding their ability to live a fulfilling life, should be the focus of the Victorian Budget. We call on the Victorian Government to ensure that Victorians and their families are supported through increasing support for housing, employment, and community strengthening (particularly in geographic areas of need).

Catholic Social Services Victoria (CSSV) has a position vacant for a part time (0.5) Senior Policy Officer in East Melbourne, reporting to the Executive Director of CSSV.

For more information, including an overview, responsibilities and key selection criteria, click here. Applications to HRRecruitment@cam.org.au close 1 May 2017.

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