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ACOSS Papers

Imprint: Strawberry Hills, NSW; Australian Council of Social Service; 2013Extent: 50 p.ISSN: 1326-7124Publication Type: Report-SeriesSubjects: Social Sciences; Social services & public welfare

Database: Families & Society Collection

Abstract: The Australian Community Sector Survey 2013 (ACSS) presents the findings from the ACOSS annual survey of community services across Australia. The ACSS is the only annual national survey collecting data about the non-government, not-for-profit community services and welfare sector. This sector is a major provider of the social services that most people in the community will rely on at some point in their lives, but which are particularly important to people experiencing poverty, inequality and social disadvantage. The survey was conducted between March and June 2013 and covers the period from 1 July 2011 to 30 June 2012. A total of 532 organisations responded to the survey, reporting on service provision, demand for services and unmet need, client demographics, and operational, policy and regulatory issues and challenges facing the community services sector.

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