Our belief in social justice means we stand up for what is right and are not afraid to amplify the voices of people in our society who go unheard.
All people deserve to thrive in their communities. We stand alongside people experiencing hardship to advocate for fairer systems that support all people to live fulfilled lives.
Australia is a country of wealth and opportunity; however, this opportunity isn’t available for everyone.
Read this Opinion Piece centred on Anti-Poverty Week 2020 and the ways poverty has impacted so many people during the COVID-19 pandemic. Published in the Newcastle Herald newspaper.
The 2020 Jobs Availability Snapshot has shown disadvantaged jobseekers are competing with more people for fewer jobs.
Rental Affordability Snapshot research, released by Samaritans alongside Anglicare Australia, shows us the problem of affordable housing is not going away.
Who really thought that we would experience large-scale shutdown of our society?
We celebrate the incredible women and girls who we are privileged to support, to nurture, and to help.
Why aren’t we housing all the people who are experiencing homelessness? Our Opinion Piece for Homelessness Week 2019.
Reducing violence against women and children is everyone’s business and we all have a role to play. Read our blog as part of the 16 Days of Activism 2019.
For those who work in mental health sector, there is a frustrating place called the ‘missing middle’. Read an update on our Rural Young Minds program.
Reconciliation can only be achieved if there is trust. And trust requires the courage to have an honest, open conversation about our history.
There are many areas we need to close the gap. Yet on a national level, our Government is not listening. This is the gap that needs to close.
With the introduction of the federally funded NDIS, state-based advocacy organisations have been under threat.
What happens when you are already struggling to make ends meet and a fine arrives? What if it’s a choice to pay the fine or feed your children?