CSnet supports the Yes Vote. It is an historic opportunity to recognise Indigenous Australians in the Constitution, listen to their voices about matters affecting Indigenous families and communities, and make a practical difference with concrete results for better social outcomes.
This referendum is about straightforward ideas and practical solutions:
Recognising and respecting 65,000 years of Indigenous culture for the first time in Australia’s 122-year-old Constitution
In what we believe is an important move towards recognising and celebrating the incredible leadership within the First Nations community, CSnet is proud to announce its sponsorship of the inaugural Third Sector First Nations Leader of the Year Award
CSnet is partnering with family violence services and government agencies in Victoria to use ‘systems thinking’ and innovative technology for better outcomes for children and families.
CSnet connects people, data, and outcomes, providing a clear link between data collection and measurement of client and social outcomes.
In an ever-changing landscape, family service organisations face the challenge of maintaining client-centric support while juggling multiple programs, funding requirements, and reporting obligations. The recent webinar by Family Support Newcastle sheds light on their holistic approach to address this challenge, providing valuable insights on using data, narrative evidence, and embedding good practices. In this blog post, we will delve into the key takeaways from the webinar and explore how organizations can adapt their services to meet the diverse needs of children, families, and communities.
Navigating Change and Achieving Client-Centric Support: Insights from the Family Support Newcastle Webinar