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Homeless for five days: 'Life on the streets of Perth worse than ever' - Laura Shack for WAtoday

Conrad Liveris and his two older brothers have been shocked by what they've seen this week. That's because for the last five days the... … more

Senate report shows why Australia needs to talk about inequality - Robert Douglas for The Conversation

Bridging our growing divide: Inequality in Australia is an important report tabled without fanfare in the Senate by its Community Affairs... … more

Inequality should be at the forefront of a debate on the minimum wage - Greg Jericho for theguardian

Inequality should be at the forefront of a debate on the minimum wage - Greg Jericho for theguardian … more

COAG agenda to address ending violence against women - Media Release Prime Minister of Australia The Hon Tony Abbott MP

COAG agenda to address ending violence against women - Media Release Prime Minister of Australia The Hon Tony Abbott MP … more

A long, slow road - Photography by Photojournalist Ingetje Tadros, Words by Amy Corderoy, Design by Kathleen Vrinat for the Sydney Morning Herald

It's a world the rest of Australia would never know existed. Photojournalist Ingetje Tadros spent more than six months in Kennedy Hill, a... … more

Australian of the Year 2015 - Rosie Batty

Australian of the Year 2015 - Rosie Batty … more

'Invaluable support' for anti-racism message from outgoing Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes - Media Release Australian Human Rights Commission

'Invaluable support' for anti-racism message from outgoing Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes - Media Release Australian Human Rights... … more

Eight former Australians of the Year call for release of asylum seeker children - Ben Doherty for theguardian

Eight former Australians of the Year call for release of asylum seeker children - Ben Doherty for theguardian … more

Pope Francis' Address to the Diplomatic Corps

"The personal dimension of rejection is inevitably accompanied by a social dimension, a culture of rejection which severs the deepest and... … more

Government response to Manus Island protest disturbing

The Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office (ACMRO) is deeply disturbed at the unfolding events on Manus Island. … more

Centrecare supports the Mercy Campaign for Australians on death row

Centrecare supports the Mercy Campaign and its attempt to save the lives of two Australians currently on death row in Indonesia. … more

The Nijole Natalija Weedon Scholarship - 2016

This scholarship provides full tuition fees for an indigenous or refugee child commencing school in any of the years 7-10 … more

Progress Report Centrecare's new Midland Building in Yelverton Drive.

Progress Report Centrecare's new Midland Building in Yelverton Drive. … more

The Senate Community Affairs References Committee - The extent of income inequality in Australia

The Senate Community Affairs References Committee - The extent of income inequality in Australia … more

Older Australian women becoming homeless at increasing rates

More older Australian women are becoming homeless and advocacy groups say Federal Government funding cuts to the homeless sector will... … more

More homelessness assistance provided for domestic violence and other housing crises - Report AIHW

​The number of Australians receiving support from homelessness services rose in 2013-14, with more assistance provided to people who... … more

Truth Justice and Healing Council releases Activity Report - Media Release

Truth Justice and Healing Council releases Activity Report - Media Release … more

GP co-payment 2.0: a triple whammy for patients - Stephen Duckett and Peter Breadon for The Conversation

GP co-payment 2.0: a triple whammy for patients - Stephen Duckett - Director, Health Program at Gratton Institute and Peter Breadon -... … more

Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions - National Museum of Australia

Inside: Life in Children's Homes and Institutions shares the experiences of some of the half a million children who spent time in... … more

UN declares 2014 a devastating year for millions of children - Reuters

The United Nations children's agency UNICEF declared 2014 a devastating year for children on Monday with as many as 15 million caught in... … more

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