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October 2020

Foodbank Hunger Report 2020

October 12

The Foodbank Hunger Report 2020 will be released on the 12th October. See https://www.foodbank.org.au/ for more information.

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Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot 2020

October 14

The Anglicare Australia Jobs Availability Snapshot 2020 will be released on the 14th October. See https://www.anglicare.asn.au/ for more information.

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Vulnerable Australia

October 14 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
virtual Australia + Google Map
Free

The Vulnerable Australia webinar is a presentation on the current and emerging vulnerability in Australian communities, exacerbated by the economic and social impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic. This webinar will reveal a newly developed model for measuring and anticipating vulnerability in local communities and provide valuable insights from our expert panel of leaders in the social services sector.

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Resilience in the Age of Covid: Older Women’s Take on Poverty & The Way Forward

October 15 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
virtual Australia
Free

Join the conversation on what older women have to say about the impact of COVID-19, and what we need to focus on as a country to deal with its fallout. Prior to COVID-19, older women were the fastest growing cohort amongst the homeless and the situation has not improved with the pandemic. Instead, this recession will also hit older women hard. Hear from: Ronni Kahn, Founder of OzHarvest Liz McEntyre, Aboriginal Official Visitor, NSW Inspector of Custodial Services Elaine Paton,…

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Home is Where the Heart is: The Link Between Poverty, Housing, and Health

October 15 @ 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
virtual Australia

The facts Secure and affordable housing is critical to overcoming many of the economic, social and chronic disease challenges facing rural and remote Australians, particularly chronic diseases closely related to housing such as rheumatic heart disease. People in rural and remote Australia have lower incomes, lower net household worth, higher instances of risk factors for poor health, higher levels of chronic disease, accidents and injury, and reduced life expectancy. A key challenge for people living in poverty is access to…

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