What’s New at ACWA: September Update

Welcome to our latest What’s New at ACWA newsletter for 2021. Unfortunately, many of us currently find ourselves in ‘lock down’, dealing with the challenges of delivering services to vulnerable children, young people and families during a major COVID-19 outbreak. ACWA has been busy advocating in relation to COVID-19 issues as well as progressing a […]

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Face to face training is making a comeback to CCWT!

Yes, it’s true. CCWT is on the verge of delivering our very first face to face training session since last year’s lockdown. And we’re excited! Lane Blume will be presenting, in-person, her popular Clear and Effective Writing workshop to a full house on April 27. We think it’s a pretty significant moment – and a […]

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New Research Report: The Social Sector in NSW

ACWA has worked in partnership with NCOSS, Domestic Violence NSW, Homelessness NSW, the Mental Health Coordinating Council, and The Centre for Volunteering, to release the following research report, The Social Sector in NSW: Capitalising on the Potential for Growth. This new research examines the essential role of the NSW social services sector to our state’s […]

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