ACT Council of Social Service Inc.

Justice | Equity | Social Inclusion | Reconciliation

Quarterly Journal - 'Update'

ACTCOSS produces a quarterly journal, Update. Each journal gives members the opportunity to discuss and promote a specific topic each season.

Update is available to over 500 subscribers through our Weekly Community Sector eNotices, plus we email the journal directly to over 200 community organisation members and associate members, and community sector officials in ACT Government directorates. We also post hard copies to politicians (ACT MLAs, Federal Ministers and Senators).

Journals are available for download below. We are happy to print and post journals to members on request.

Advertising: ACTCOSS offers paid advertising space in the journal for community service related items. Find out more about our journal advertising rates and specifications.

Note: We are in the process of uploading back issues of the journal. If there's a specific issue you're after, please contact us.


Next Edition

The Spring edition of the ACT Council of Social Service’s journal Update will have the theme of:

Housing futures

Would you like to contribute an article as a service user, a worker, a manager, an individual or as a representative of your organisation? Let us know ASAP to guarantee your spot. It's free to submit an article, or you can pay to run an ad.

Some ideas for articles include:

  • What should the future of housing look like for the ACT and how do we get there?
  • What is the role of government, business, industry, community sector and the community in ensuring housing is affordable, appropriate and accessible for all Canberrans?
  • What can be done to ensure Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples can access housing that is suitable to their needs?
  • What can be done to ensure people with disability, older people, people on low incomes, and other people experiencing disadvantage can access housing that is suitable to their needs?
  • Personal stories: What challenges have you experienced in accessing housing? What difference would it make if you had appropriate, accessible and affordable housing?

Deadline for contributions: 13 August 2018.

Word count: 200-1000 words.

Images & logos welcome: They need to be high quality (>200dpi) PNG, JPEG, EPS, PDF or PSD format.

Journal will be distributed: September/October 2018.

To reserve a space for your article, please contact: [email protected], ph: 02 6202 7200. Please let us know your topic, and how many words, images and logos you'd like to include and we'll set aside a spot for you in the journal layout.


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