Strengthening Victoria to prevent entrenched disadvantage

Governments can reduce poverty and inequality in Victoria by recognising the unique contribution the community sector plays, not only in ‘welfare’ terms but as a large and growing industry with significant social and economic benefits, says Mary Sayers, VCOSS Deputy CEO.

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