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A future that works
Building a better future for work in Victoria by 2030 requires an ambitious, two-pronged effort to address both dimensions of the current labour market crisis- quantity and quality, JIM STANFORD says.
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Self-determining the pathway to success
Self- determination for Aboriginal people is an unfinished journey – and, for many Australians, it’s a concept that’s too easily relegated to the “political” basket. But recognition for first Australians and the capacity for self-determination is the basic building block for shifting Aboriginal disadvantage, says RUDOLPH KIRBY.
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Keeping our heartbeat strong
A thriving community is much like a heart, and as Victorian communities grow and change, ensuring planning and development focus on people is the secret to ensuring they stay strong, SHAREE GRINTER says.
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Sector champion: Sandie de Wolf
Berry Street chief executive officer Sandie de Wolf is stepping down, but not out. After 43 years working in community services, she is still keen to find new ways to contribute and make the world a better place. By KELLEE NOLAN
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Social change is incremental. Progress often sits halfway between what’s needed and what’s achievable. This hard reality means —as advocates for social change— ... Read More

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Business can be seen as a partner, not an opponent, in helping create the socially responsible future we want to see in Victoria by 2030, ISABELLA MOORE and JACKIE ... Read More

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Insight asked three Victorian MPS about the future they would like to see. Featuring: Gabrielle Williams, ALP Member for Dandenong Roma Britnell, Liberal ... Read More

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Climate change is a massive challenge posing dire risks to Victorian communities. But many of the state's people, cities, towns, local councils and businesses are ... Read More

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Prior to the Trump Administration bringing us 'alternative facts' the UN brought us what could almost be seen as an 'alternative universe' - its set of 2030 ... Read More

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Teaching young people how to develop healthy relationships is crucial and needs greater emphasis if we are to build strong communities of the future, EMILY McDONALD ... Read More

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Insight asked Victorian Commissioner for Gender and Sexuality RO ALLEN to imagine what 2030 might look like for the LGBTIQ+ community and what advice might be ... Read More

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Communities can and must shape their own future, but they need government support to ensure linchpins such as healthcare, transport, schools and social services ... Read More

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A thriving community is much like a heart, and as Victorian communities grow and change, ensuring planning and development focus on people is the secret to ensuring ... Read More

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Berry Street chief executive officer Sandie de Wolf is stepping down, but not out. After 43 years working in community services, she is still keen to find new ... Read More

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Building a better future for work in Victoria by 2030 requires an ambitious, two-pronged effort to address both dimensions of the current labour market crisis- ... Read More

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