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A more connected and collaborative social sector provides the basis for addressing the complex challenges our communities are facing.  

 

The sector is currently undergoing major change, with new funding models, increasing corporatisation of the sector and an increasing number of mergers, While mergers have a place, a diverse sector with significant local leadership is important to achieve resilient communities. InCollaboration encourages and facilitates collaborative strategies and sharing of resources to support viability of a diverse sector, inclusive of small and large organisations.  

 

A more connected social sector will also enable more effective strategies for addressing interrelated issues our communities are facing. These interrelated issues include homelessness, affordable housing, poverty, mental health, drug and alcohol, family and community conflict and environmental crises.