This statement about the Centrelink online compliance system calls for the suspension of the system until concerns about it are addressed
The National Welfare Rights Network has changed its name to the National Social Security Rights Network. We will update the website as s
Since July 2016 the Department of Human Services/Centrelink has used a new online system to obtain information from people whose Australi
“The Federal Government must deliver on its promise of an effective and sustainable jobs plan for all Australians,” said Maree O’Halloran
An independent report commissioned by the National Welfare Rights Network about the value of Welfare Rights services. Please
A report commissioned by the National Welfare Rights Network about the experiences of people living on the Disability Support Pension.
Please see attached PDF for the submission.
Overview of comments on Creating Parity, Employment Review Taskforce
People with Disability May Face New Compliance Rules
National Welfare Rights Network responds to McClure report
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