Dear friend of SPC. Warmest thanks to you once more for your support as a member of SPC. We invite you to renew your financial membership for this coming year. Download your 2018-2019 membership renewal or joining forms. Subscription fees remain $40 for individual members, and $80 for organisations. SPC’s monthly newsletter and regular events on critical […]
We invite your feedback & views. Peter Whiting. When you click on the Mission tab of our webpage, you will see our mission statement, beginning: Social Policy Connections is an independent, ecumenical organisation, motivated and informed by Christian social thinking. Our purpose is to expand awareness of social justice issues in Australia and overseas, and to […]
Download a Social Policy Connections membership renewal form for the financial year. As an independent advocacy organisation, Social Policy Connections endeavours to engage in social and political debates, drawing strongly from the insight and expertise of the Christian social traditions. SPC is a non-profit organisation, but does not have DGR tax deductible status, and relies […]
By Caz Coleman. The Community Placement Network (CPN) is an initiative of the Australian Homestay Network (AHN) to offer transitional (six weeks only) accommodation to eligible asylum seekers exiting immigration detention on a Bridging visa E (BVE). Since its establishment on 8 May 2012, CPN has accommodated over 220 eligible BVE clients nationally. Feedback from […]
Social Policy Connections warmly welcomes the contributions of volunteers with their special skills. As the work of SPC expands, we will be looking for people to help on committees, in research and publications, administration, IT, media liaison and fund-raising. If you think you may have a contribution to make, please contact us at our office. […]
As an independent organisation, Social Policy Connections endeavours to engage in social and political debates, drawing strongly from the insight and expertise of the Christian social traditions. SPC is a non-profit organisation but does not have DGR tax deductible status, and relies on your financial generosity to contribute to the public conversation on urgent issues […]
The Yarra Institute shares with Yarra Theological Union responsibility for co-ordinating the program of social justice units and degrees offered by YTU in association with MCD University of Divinity. Students can take individual units in social justice or as part of the Bachelor of Theology degree, or specialise in various social justice degrees.
Social Policy Connections recognises the contribution and expertise of people in the corporate world and business. We especially value the skills and practical know-how of people in the business community, and wish to foster relationships that help bring about improved living conditions for others in Australia and overseas. At SPC we welcome workplace giving, pro-bono support, […]