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Social security as a weapon of economic abuse

People using violence against their partner are adept at weaponising economic products and systems to extend their abuse both during […]

Violence or poverty: social security is the key to reform

Every person affected by family and domestic violence should be able to access adequate financial support to leave an abusive […]

Did you know?

Disasters can have a direct impact on Centrelink legal issues As we all know, disasters can have unexpected consequences for […]

Staff Profile: Margie Ambrose, Communications Officer

I joined SSRV at the end of 2020, at a time when the vulnerabilities of the many Australians had come […]

SSRV’s Disaster Preparedness and Response Plan: watch the video

SSRV project worker, Mark Morand discusses the Centrelink issues that can arise when disasters, such as floods, bushfires and pandemics, […]

Homelessness and social security rights

Every night there are 116,000 Australians sleeping without a home. They are mothers and children escaping family violence, young people […]