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    ACOSS Post Budget Event 2024

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    The ACOSS Post Budget Event is the key annual event for civil society and the community services sector, providing a space for attendees to receive briefings on key budget measures and their likely impacts on people experiencing poverty and inequality. The event facilitates the opportunity for the community sector to engage in conversation following the release of the Federal Budget. 

    The event will be addressed by Treasurer Jim Chalmers, followed by a comprehensive ACOSS analysis, closing with a panel discussion where speakers will share their expertise and perspectives on the Budget and economy. You have the chance to participate in meaningful dialogue with speakers and fellow attendees in the wake of the Budget’s release.


    The ACOSS Post Budget Event serves as a crucial platform for examining the pivotal question: Does the 2024 Federal Budget effectively address Australia's pressing social and economic challenges?


    Our speakers (more to be announced in the coming weeks):

    Special thanks to partners HESTA and UTS Centre for Social Justice and Inclusion.

    *If you are experiencing financial hardship and would like to attend the event, we have bursaries available. Please get in touch with us by emailing michelle@acoss.org.au


    Program: 

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    9AM - 10AMRegistrations open

    Morning tea available
    10AM - 10:20AM

    Event commences

    Welcome to Country by Michael West, Metropolitan Local Aboriginal Land Council

    Address by Joe Agius, General Manager – Business Growth, HESTA

    Address by Amy Persson, Pro Vice Chancellor, Social Justice and Inclusion at University of Technology Sydney

        10:20AM - 10:45AMTreasurer Jim Chalmers keynote address, and audience Q&A (virtual)
        10:45AM - 11:05AMACOSS budget analysis by Dr Cassandra Goldie, CEO, ACOSS 
        11:05AM - 11:55AMPanel discussion:

        11:55AM -12PMClosing remarks

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