Register now for the next FACS Research to Practice Seminar - Exploring the ethics of our work with Dr Vikki Reynolds

Dr Vikki Reynolds is an Adjunct Professor who teaches in college and university graduate programs in Vancouver. Her work addresses addiction, substance use, diversity, homelessness, trauma and violence.

Nearly $1 million in annual rent income made during first half of public housing amnesty

The NSW government has so far secured nearly $1 million in annual rent income to spend on improving the social housing system as a result of tenants coming forward to declare undisclosed income, assets, property ownership and unauthorised occupants under the protection of an amnesty.

MyHousing Online Services Videos Now Available in Five New Languages

Do you provide support to people from Arabic, Farsi, Cantonese, Mandarin or Vietnamese speaking backgrounds, who need help with housing? The MyHousing Online Services videos have been translated from English into these five different languages.

Waterloo nominated as next state significant precinct

Waterloo has been nominated by the NSW Government as a new State Significant Precinct and residents are being urged to have their say on the transformation of the inner city suburb through a series of master planning workshops.

Influencers gather to workshop state's first Women's Strategy

More than 100 community leaders and gender equality champions will gather in Sydney’s CBD today to help kick-start the beginning of the state’s first ever Women’s Strategy.

See the Possibilities – see the ability, not the disability

The new campaign asks individuals and businesses to take the pledge to support more inclusive hiring practices for people with disability.

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