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There is much to be done across our society to ensure that all people feel valued, their differences are respected, and their basic needs are met so they can live in dignity.

Our submission to a current Victorian Parliamentary Inquiry into social inclusion for people with disability makes recommendations around promoting a culture of acceptance and of equal citizenship;  provision of enabling infrastructure; effective service design, including services directed at people who experience particular disadvantage, such as young people with disability living in nursing homes; and adequate funding of Government-funded services.

CSSV joins other members of the Education Equity Alliance in calling for the Education Maintenance
“A well-resourced and effective parole system will deliver better outcomes for community
Catholic Social Services Victoria is concerned that the abolition of all suspended sentences in
An address by Denis Fitzgerald to Catholic Chaplains for Health Care, Wednesday 16 July 2013.
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The proposes new Victorian prison at Ravenhall must achieve best practice in rehabilitation, health services, and transition back into the community. 
The Interchurch Criminal Justice Taskforce has called on the Victorian Government to ensure that its tender process achieves these goals, in order to contribute to a safer and more just society.

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