VCOSS Community Sector Reform Council Consultations

In September and October, the Victorian Council of Social Service (VCOSS) is hosting a series of consultations with community sector organisations across the state regarding the principles and priorities for the Community Sector Reform Council.

The consultations will provide participants with an opportunity to discuss the objectives of the Reform Council and provide feedback and direction of the work of the Reform Council going forward.

VCOSS will be hosting seven consultations across the state and inviting members of the Reform Council to join each session to discuss the work of the Council with participants.

We invite our members, leaders and representatives from community sector organisations to participate and help inform the work of the Community Sector Reform Council.

City                        Date                                                      Time                     
Geelong               Monday 8 September                    1.00-3.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-geelong.eventbrite.com.au

Bendigo               Wednesday 10 September          1.00-3.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-bendigo.eventbrite.com.au

Mildura                Friday 12 September                      12.00-3.00pm    
https://csrc-consultation-mildura.eventbrite.com.au

Shepparton        Thursday 18 September                1.00-3.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-shepparton.eventbrite.com.au

Warrnambool    Wednesday 8 October                   1.00-3.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-warrnambool.eventbrite.com.au

Traralgon             Monday 13 October                        1.00-3.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-traralgon.eventbrite.com.au

Melbourne         Tuesday 16 October                        2.00-4.30pm      
https://csrc-consultation-melbourne.eventbrite.com.au

If you require any further information about the consultations or assistance with booking a place, please contact Renata.Anderson@vcoss.org.au or call 03 9235 1010.

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