NCOSS recently completed a major project looking at how the high, and rising, cost of energy is impacting vulnerable households in NSW. Our Cost of Living report provided a stark and sobering picture.
On Monday 11 September, NCOSS members and other stakeholders came together to mark Equal Pay Day and talk solutions around women’s economic empowerment and the future of work.
NCOSS is a proud and strong voice for inclusivity and equality in our communities. So of course it's a resounding "YES" from us when it comes to having our say about marriage equality.
Designed by the Social Innovation Council, the NGO Benchmarking model went live last week after public consultations earlier in the year. NGOs have six weeks to complete a voluntary self-assessment starting on 21 August 2017.
The Board of the Council of Social Service of New South Wales (NCOSS) has resolved that the 2017 NCOSS Annual General Meeting (AGM) will occur at 6pm on Thursday, 9th of November 2017 at Australian Technology Park, Exhibition Hall, 2 Locomotive St, Eveleigh NSW 2015.
The Health Equity Alliance is made up of a wide range of health groups that come together to advise NCOSS about existing and emerging issues in health, and assist NCOSS to develop its policy and advocacy agenda in this space. It is also an opportunity for members to share relevant information and hear from a guest speaker about a topic of interest.
NCOSS recently contributed to the Treasury’s review of the Donor Gift Recipient (DGR) tax arrangement. Our comments are general in nature and intended to complement the more detailed submission made by the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS), the peak body for community services in Australia.
The Skilled to Thrive (StT) Project is a 2 year project funded by FACS-ADHC focused on building the capacity of 40 NSW Advocacy and Information providers (A&I).
When we speak to people and communities across the State, we hear that our current system of driver licensing is simply not serving Aboriginal people well. We hear about the systemic barriers preventing Aboriginal people from obtaining and holding onto a driver licence and the consequences this has on them, their families and community.
NCOSS is proud to have joined forces with some of Australia’s leading businesses, sporting bodies and NGO’s to support the “Racism. It Stops With Me” campaign.