People born in a non-English speaking country have similar rates of disability as other Australians but are about half as likely to receive formal disability services according to a report launched in Redfern on February 13.
Uniting’s church-led drug law reform movement has welcomed the motion by the City of Sydney Council to urgently pursue a NSW drug summit.
Calling out political leaders on lower-income affordable rental policies, broad household renewable energy access and rental reform.
Canterbury-Bankstown Council has taken leadership that could set the standard for other local goverments.
Fair Treatment, a campaign for long overdue drug law and policy reform.
Our new “It’s only coal, it won’t hurt you” Prime Minister Scott Morrison.
Community organisations across Sydney are urging the Berejiklian government to shift the focus of housing development away from quantity and towards affordability for lower-income earners.
Sydney’s diverse local communities and non-profit organisations are “acting local” in a concerted push for better affordable and secure housing policies to help people on lower incomes.
Local constituents are meeting with federal MPs across Sydney to discuss the rights of people seeking asylum in the community.
“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.”
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