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The CCCC provides advocacy and support to all community organisations on the Central Coast as the regional peak body to ensure any gaps in community services are advocated at regional, state and national levels.

NSW Supreme Court to Hear COVID-19 Fines Test Case The COVID-19 fines test case that was filed in the NSW Supreme Court in July this year will be heard next week on Tuesday, 29 November 2022. Redfern Legal Centre is representing three plaintiffs who received a COVID-19 fine of between $1000 and $3000. One plaintiff, Mr Rohan Pank, had his fine withdrawn ... figures obtained by Redfern Legal Centre from Revenue NSW and Police NSW, that COVID-19 fines were disproportionately issued to those living in low socio-economic areas of NSW. We also know from our experience advising clients that many fines were issued not in accordance with the law. This Supreme Court challenge could have broad implications for all fines … read more here rlc.org.au/sites/default/files/2022-11/MEDIA%20RELEASE%20-%20SUP%20COURT%20COVID%20FINE%20CASE%20...#Fines #covidfines #Testcase ... See MoreSee Less
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Today, November 25th, is the International Day to Eliminate Violence against Women.It starts the “16 days of Activism” – raising awareness of the struggle women and girls have around the world experiencing forms of violence.The 16th day, December 10th, is “Human Rights Day”. Domestic Violence, or Intimate Partner Violence, and Family Violence, is a human rights issue.Gender based violence, abuse, power and control in the home is a main presenting settlement issue for women in our region, but it is hard to see!We would like to acknowledge all those who are at the frontline supporting all women and children to be safe.Violence and abuse in the home is happening to women of all ages, elderly and the young, and our CALD community members are one of the most vulnerable groups.If you can, in any small way, give your support through these 16 days to raise awareness through your communities, family, coworkers and friends.Note: The Walk against Domestic Violence in Gosford is on the 7th December. Commencing at 10.00am , supporters will meet at Coast Shelter (346 Mann Street, Gosford), before heading into Kibble Park to hear from speakers and visit stalls.#community #genderequality #genderbasedviolence #coercivecontrol #humanrights #domesticviolence #domesticviolenceawareness #domesticviolenceawarenessmonth ... See MoreSee Less
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25 November marks the United Nations International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It is TODAY where we must raise awareness and address the scale of the issue. Through unity, we can end violence against women.This years theme is ‘Orange the World: End Violence against Women Now!’ The colour orange was chosen as it represents a brighter future free from violence. By wearing a little orange today, you are showing your support and helping to promote the movement. ... See MoreSee Less
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Know someone who needs some connection and fun? Look at what's on in December through the Vinnies Ozanam Outreach program!They have some fun and interactive activities for all so check out their program for December!#vinnies #december #decemberactivities #getreadyforchristmas #vinniescentralcoast ... See MoreSee Less
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What a wonderful artwork for the community services sector! ... See MoreSee Less
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