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Listening leads to solutions

Anglicare’s research and advocacy makes an important contribution to social justice in our State. We've released a video about our 40 years of service that shares the story of our Social Action and Research Centre (SARC), then and now. Read more
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Housing investment must feature targets and transparency, says Anglicare

Anglicare Tasmania has encouraged the Tasmanian Government to develop a framework with clear targets for the availability of affordable housing to guide its investment in the State’s housing market. Read more
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Stage 3 tax cuts will leave Tasmanians behind

New Anglicare Australia research shows that Tasmanians would get the least benefit from the Stage 3 tax cuts of any State or Territory. Read more
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Anglicare Tasmania supports Fair Funding campaign

Anglicare Tasmania supports the Fair Funding campaign’s request for fair and reasonable funding in this year’s State budget. Read more
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Card-based gaming system will save lives, money and families

The Liberal Government’s decision to introduce a card-based system for electronic gaming machines will have enormous benefits across the State. Read more
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The real cost of gambling harm

Reducing gambling harm will deliver benefits to all Tasmanians, says a new report from Anglicare Tasmania’s Social Action and Research Centre (SARC). Read more
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Rebalancing the Scales

New research by Anglicare highlights ways to better support families involved in legal matters about child safety. Read more
Social Action and Research Centre Submission

Submission to the consultation on ‘A continuum of care to prevent youth offending and re-offending’

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