The following is a Discussion Paper prepared by Dr. Robin Krabbe from Live Well Tasmania 17/10/2018 Discussion paper – A proposal for a Tasmanian Trial of a Basic/Participation Income/Youth Guarantee Prepared by Robin Krabbe, PhD, Coordinator – Live Well Tasmania, October 2017. Contact details for further enquiries: [email protected], mob. 0421 461 724.
This is Isaac Cumming of Wynyard. Isaac has worked with Max Employment for the last two years. He has been working with Live Well Tasmania on our Community Centre project under the supervision of Glenn Venner. Isaac has been doing numerous jobs at the centre and has been enjoying his interactions with other participants. “People
Our first Nerf Day was a success! We had nine excited boys attend the day in Wynyard. We first did some setting up of lots of imaginative ‘hide-outs’, then it was play time! There was lots of activity, picking of teams and working out different games – we were very proud of the way the
Spring has sprung and so has the hive of activity in and around the Live Well Tasmania Centre. Steady progress is underway with our Work for the Dole programs with a wonderful array of horticulture, construction and landscaping works adding to the centre’s visual amenity.
Basic Income: panacea or pipe dream? Could this be the answer to poverty and other social challenges we face? Join this free panel event @ UTAS as we interrogate the merits of a Basic Income. Summary An Anti-Poverty Week event Start Date 17th Oct 2017 6:00pm End Date 17th Oct 2017 7:30pm Venue Centenary Theatre,
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The University of Tasmania, Faculty of Health, has developed a number of exciting fully-online units to increase community awareness and skills in areas such as healthy living and social engagement. Students can study a variety of topics from using wearable technology to developing their own mental health toolkit or how the arts can help improve