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MEDIA ALERT | Wednesday September 27 2023

ACOSS will this morning launch its latest Poverty and Inequality Partnership (PIP) report with UNSW that shows the widening wealth gap between Australia’s highest and lowest earners over the past 20 years.

When: 9.30am Wednesday, September 27 2023

Who: ACOSS CEO Dr Cassandra Goldie, UNSW Sydney’s Social Policy Research Centre Scientia Professor Carla Treloar

Where: Prince Alfred Park, Redfern (exact location in park opposite Pitt St)

What: Launch of the Poverty and Inequality Partnership (PIP) report 

Media contacts:
Georgie Moore
0477 779 928

Charlie Moore
0452 606 171

 

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