The Albanese Labor Government is easing financial insecurity for temporary visa holders leaving a violent relationship.
The Albanese Labor Government and South Australian Government are working together to deliver two new Changing Places in South Australia to help people with disability to participate fully in their communities.
Migrant and refugee women will be empowered with digital literacy training through the delivery of a 12-month pilot funded by a $700,000 grant for the Good Things Foundation.
The Albanese Labor Government has received the final report of the inquiry into online gambling and its impacts on those experiencing gambling harm by the House of Representatives Standing Committee on Social Policy and Legal Affairs.
New resources to help children with disability access quality early learning.
The Albanese Labor Government has today announced the execution of new grant funding agreements with Our Watch.
The Albanese Labor Government will invest more than $4.5 million to improve access to disability advocacy services, particularly for First Nations people.
The Albanese Labor Government is continuing to deliver on its election commitment to recognise the immense contribution of Australia’s 2.65 million unpaid carers.
Minister for Social Services Amanda Rishworth will lead the Australian delegation, including a group of Australians with diverse experience with disability, to attend the 16th Session of the United Nations Conference of States Parties to the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (COSP16).
The Albanese Labor Government is working with the Victorian Government to deliver new changing places across the state, ensuring all Australians can better enjoy and participate in their communities.
The delivery of a National Disability Data Asset is now a reality with all states and territories committed to take part.
The Albanese Labor Government will continue its commitment to boosting employment opportunities for people with disability, focusing on jobs in the tourism sector.
More than 490,000 Commonwealth Seniors Health Card holders will receive financial relief to support them with the rising costs of energy bills.
The Albanese Labor Government is announcing a $3 million national advertising campaign to help boost participation in volunteering.
The Albanese Labor Government is committing an additional $142.2 million over five years to further support survivors of institutional child sexual abuse through the National Redress Scheme.
The Albanese Labor Government will help strengthen the supported employment sector with an additional $57 million in funding.
The Albanese Labor Government is strengthening its commitment to financial counselling announcing more than $1.7 million in funding to further support capability and capacity building at today’s Financial Counselling Australia (FCA) National Conference.
Hundreds of babies aged nine to 14-months with early signs of autism will have a better chance of appropriate developmental supports, with the announcement of two new intervention pilots.
The Albanese Labor Government is investing in the future of the volunteering sector with a funding boost designed to connect 5000 young people with volunteering organisations across the country.
The Albanese Labor Government is continuing our commitment to combatting modern slavery with a funding boost of $24.3 million for the Support for Trafficked People Program (STPP).