Organisation

Australian Council of Social Service

Acronym
ACOSS
Description

The Australian Council of Social Service is a national advocate for action to reduce poverty and inequality and the peak body for the community services sector in Australia. Our vision is for a fair, inclusive and sustainable Australia where all individuals and communities can participate in and benefit from social and economic life.

Items authored

Briefing paper

ACOSS briefing note
4 Jun 2018

The current debate over personal tax cuts and the Budget echoes a similar debate a decade ago, when just before the 2007 federal election, the Coalition government promised $31 billion of income tax cuts.

Submission

30 May 2018

Submission to the Senate Economics Committee on the proposed income tax cuts, in which ACOSS recommends that these cuts be opposed in their entirety and lists the main reasons why.

Website

15 May 2018

ACOSS' analysis of the 2018-19 Federal Budget, split into 5 sections: Tax, Social Security, Essential Services, Health & Aged Care, and Missing in Action.

Briefing paper

ACOSS briefing note
15 Apr 2018

This briefing note describes why we cannot afford more company or personal tax cuts while the budget remains in deficit.

Submission

Social Services Legislation Amendment (Drug Testing Trial) Bill 2018
15 Apr 2018

ACOSS submission to Community Affairs Committee on Social Services Legislation Amendment (Drug Testing Trial) Bill 2018, recommending the Committee oppose this Bill.

Items published

Research report

31 Jul 2018

This report is the first in a new five year partnership between the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) to reduce poverty and inequality in Australia.

Briefing paper

ACOSS briefing note
4 Jun 2018

The current debate over personal tax cuts and the Budget echoes a similar debate a decade ago, when just before the 2007 federal election, the Coalition government promised $31 billion of income tax cuts.

Submission

30 May 2018

Submission to the Senate Economics Committee on the proposed income tax cuts, in which ACOSS recommends that these cuts be opposed in their entirety and lists the main reasons why.

Website

15 May 2018

ACOSS' analysis of the 2018-19 Federal Budget, split into 5 sections: Tax, Social Security, Essential Services, Health & Aged Care, and Missing in Action.

Briefing paper

ACOSS briefing note
15 Apr 2018

This briefing note describes why we cannot afford more company or personal tax cuts while the budget remains in deficit.

Items associated

Research report

23 Aug 2017

This project builds on previous Australian and recent international research to develop a set of budget standards for low-paid and unemployed Australians and their families.

Items authored

30

Items published/produced

93

Associated content

1

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