ACWA News

ACWA News is a quarterly newsletter which is published by ACWA and distributed to all members. 

ACWA News warmly welcomes articles from member organisations. To find out how you can contribute, please contact Libby McCalman on 02 9281 8822 or by email

 

Recent Issues

A System to Protect Children Not a Child Protection System! On Monday 25 August 2008, ACWA convened a Child Protection/ OOHC sector forum, which was attended by member agencies and other stakeholders...
Community Workers CARE! The Australian Services Union invites all community sector workers to join the CARE Campaign. This is a community campaign and it is about agencies, viability, quality and the...
Homelessness A Hot Issue And about time too, advocates in the eld of homelessness support services would say. This issue is rmly on the agenda of the Rudd Government, through the Green paper / White...
OOHC EOI Results Announced February 4 was a day we had all been waiting for: the announcement of the outcome of the 2007 Out-of- Home-Care (OOHC) Expression of Interest (EOI) and Service Plan Review...
A Great Finish! The 2007 cohort of students in the Graduate Diploma of Social Sciences (Community Services) have celebrated the end of a challenging and fruitful year of study. 2007 also saw the...
Welcome to the First ACWA E-News. We plan to publish ACWA e-News bi- monthly, in between issues of hard copy ACWA News. In 2008 e-News can be expected in early March, May, July, September and...
Foster Care Week 2007: Another Great Success On Sunday 16th September Foster Care Week was launched by the Hon. Kevin Greene, Minister for Community Services at the Gala Picnic, held at Sydney...
ACWA in Transition This is the rst issue of ACWA News for over 13 and a half years without Eric Scott at the editorial desk. While the format will not change greatly, you will see small changes that...
EOI: Sighs of Relief and Celebrations… And Now We Wait The nal deadline for submission of OOHC Expressions of Interest and Service Plans was reached at 3pm on Monday 30 July. (apart from services in...
Time to Work with Aboriginal Communities Following release of the “Little children are sacred” report the Commonwealth has proposed a number of initiatives to address Aboriginal child sexual assault...

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