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  • 1 12 May 2015 Budget designed to secure a political future, not the future of Australia’s most vulnerable people Despite its commitment to listen to the community in light of its very unfair 2014 Budget, the Government has taken the approach of making itself as small a target as possible
    Date: 12/05/2015 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/3827987 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • Federal Budget fails to deliver on the promise of social inclusion Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, said this Federal Budget fails to deliver on the Government’s promise of social inclusion. Speaking at Parliament House on Budget Night 2010, Frank Quinlan, Executive Director of Catholic Social Services Australia
    Date: 11/05/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/UBOW6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • INCOME MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION NOT POSSIBLE UNDER NEW NATIONAL COMPACT Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, said the absence of consultation in the development of new income management legislation currently before the Parliament has demonstrated the desperate need for an effective Compact between the Federal Government and community organisations.
    Date: 16/03/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/0D6W6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • AAP INCOME MANAGEMENT LEGISLATION NOT POSSIBLE UNDER NEW NATIONAL COMPACT Catholic Social Services Australia's Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, said the absence of consultation in the development of new income management legislation currently before the Parliament has demonstrated the desperate need for an effective Compact between the Federal Government and community
    Date: 16/03/2010 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/VD8W6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • MEDIA RELEASE MAJOR CHURCH PROVIDERS ARE READY TO ACT ON TODAY’S STIMULUS PACKAGE Major church providers of social services are ready to act on measures announced in the stimulus package which has just been passed by the Senate. Those people who are least responsible for the global financial crisis ought
    Date: 13/02/2009 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/ZY5T6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Anglicare Australia...

  • Senate Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Committee Inquiry into the Social Security Legislation Amendment (Employment Services Reform) Bill 2008 Public Hearing Sydney 18 November 2008 OPENING STATEMENT Frank Quinlan Executive Director CSSA Opening Statement to Senate Inquiry into the Social Security Legislation Amendment (Employment Services Reform) Bill 2008 - 18
    Date: 18/11/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4U4S6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: QUINLAN, Frank

  • CSSA WELCOMES QUICK ACTION ON FAMILY TAX BENEFITS FOR CHARITY WORKERS Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, said thousands of low paid church and charitable sector workers with families will be relieved by the news that amended legislation has passed through the Parliament today. Mr Quinlan said after
    Date: 26/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6KUQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • OPINION SUBMITTED TO THE AUSTRALIAN WEDNESDAY 25 JUNE 2008 FRANK QUINLAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR TAX CHANGES AND CHURCH AND CHARITABLE ORGANISATIONS For many, the term “Salary Packaging” conjures images of high salaried executives enjoying benefits such as luxury cars and restaurant meals and other “fringe benefits” while avoiding paying their fair
    Date: 25/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/I6UQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: QUINLAN, Frank

  • CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES AUSTRALIA WELCOMES THE GOVERNMENT’S QUICK ACTION ON FAMILY TAX BENEFITS FOR CHARITY WORKERS Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, tonight welcomed the Government’s announcement that it will table legislation in the Senate next week to rectify the anomalies in legislation put in place under the
    Date: 19/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/H9SQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • REGARDLESS OF THE SOURCE, TAX CHANGES MUST NOT DISADVANTAGE THE CHARITABLE SECTOR Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, has welcomed the Government’s determination to address the negative impact that changes in reportable fringe benefits will have on the community and not for profit sector. “We encourage a bipartisan
    Date: 18/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/6IRQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • TRANSCRIPT DOORSTOP PARLIAMENT HOUSE, CANBERRA TUESDAY 17 JUNE FRANK QUINLAN, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR IMPACT OF TAX CHANGES ON CHARITABLE SECTOR Thanks for coming. I just want to talk briefly about changes to the way in which [Fringe Benefits Tax] is being calculated for the purposes of Family Tax Benefit and other
    Date: 17/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/2ASQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: QUINLAN, Frank

  • TAX CHANGES WILL DAMAGE CHARITABLE SECTOR Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, said today that proposed changes to the tax system will inadvertently capture thousands of low paid charity workers and their children in its web. Mr Quinlan said charities and other non government organisations have used salary
    Date: 17/06/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/K1RQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • CSSA WELCOMES HOMELESSNESS GREEN PAPER Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, has welcomed the release today of the Government’s Green Paper on homelessness, Which Way Home? A new approach to homelessness. Mr Quinlan said Catholic Social Services Australia looks forward to participating in the consultation process and will
    Date: 22/05/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/XFKQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • CSSA WELCOMES ANNOUNCEMENT OF SOCIAL INCLUSION BOARD Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, has welcomed today’s announcement of the Government’s inaugural Social Inclusion Board, saying the Board has a mandate to make sure all Australians are able to participate more fully in Australian society. Mr Quinlan welcomed all
    Date: 21/05/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/DBIQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

  • COORDINATION THE KEY TO CLOSING THE GAP IN MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES Catholic Social Services Australia’s Executive Director, Frank Quinlan, today called for a better coordinated approach to the delivery of mental health services, especially those services involving community-based organisations. Speaking at a public hearing of the Senate Community Affairs Committee
    Date: 16/05/2008 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/UKHQ6 - Source: CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES... - Author: Catholic Social Serv...

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