Anti-Poverty Week estimates there are 1.2 million individuals, families and children receiving the lowest social security payments locked down in NSW and Victoria. These include…
Be part of a diverse network of voices taking action to end poverty. Anti-Poverty Week will be Sunday 17- Saturday 23 October 2021.
The Foodbank Australia 2020 Hunger Report shows sadly that “it has not yet seen ‘peak hunger’ in the COVID-19 crisis.”
Anglicare Australia’s annual Jobs Availability Snapshot has found that there are a staggering 106 jobseekers for each entry-level job.
The Salvation Army's "A Pathway to Social Justice" report has identified some of the pressing issues we need to confront, along with practical steps we can take as a nation, a community and as individuals to make a real difference.
We are a diverse network of individuals and organisations who share this purpose and we focus our activity each year in the week around the United Nations Day for the Eradication of Poverty on 17 October.
More than 3.24 million people live below the poverty line in Australia, including nearly 774,000 children or 1 in 6. Globally 700 million people are unable to meet their basic daily needs and live on less than US$2 a day.
During Anti-Poverty Week, you can help fight poverty and hardship.
Learn how you can take action in 2021 ahead of and during Anti-Poverty Week which will be 17-23 October, 2021.