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*** MEDIA ALERT *** Community sector responds to budget

ACOSS < 1 mins read
Media alert | Wednesday, 15 May 2024
ACOSS CEO Cassandra Goldie will hold a doorstop with community sector leaders responding to the federal budget in the Senate Courtyard at 10am.
Also available for comment:

Samantha Joseph, General Manager, NATSILS
Kerry Staines, CEO, National Family Violence Prevention and Legal Services Forum
Catherine McAlpine, CEO, Inclusion Australia
Joanne Yates, Interim Deputy CEO, People with Disability Australia
Kon Karapanagiotidis, CEO of the Asylum Seeker Resource Centre
Sahana Sehgal, Settlement Council of Australia
Dane Moores, Head of Strategic Relations, SSI
Helen Dalley-Fisher, Convenor, Equality Rights Alliance
Lara Freidin, Executive Officer, Women's Legal Services Australia
Terese Edwards, Chief Executive, Single Mother Families Australia
Tim Leach, CEO, Community Legal Centres Australia
Jennifer Kirkaldy, General Manager Policy and Advocacy, The Salvation Army 
Patricia Sparrow, CEO, COTA
Solly Fahiz, Director of Government Relations & Strategy, SecondBite

Contact details:

Georgie Moore
0477 779 928

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