A cashless debit card for disadvantaged communities
The cashless debit card has been designed to help disadvantaged communities, including in indigenous areas, decrease the level of consumption of drugs, alcohol and gambling which impacts on the health and wellbeing of communities, families and children. It quarantines 80 per cent of welfare recipients' payments for other living expenses.
The Australian Government needs the Senate to support introducing the card to new locations when communities want it.
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SisterWorks run practical learning ‘labs’ to remove financial and language barriers, bridge physical distances, and improve access to information and social connections.Victorian Minister for Women Gabrielle Williams underlined the importance of supporting women’s skill development when she launched the e-Hub. “Too often, women and especially those with low English levels and digital literacy skills are left out of training and job opportunities,’’ she said. “It’s wonderful to see SisterWorks work alongside these women and provide easily accessible educational materials to support them on their journey to employment.’’https://shedefined.com.au/life/how-social-enterprise-sisterworks-empowers-women-through-employment/