The NFF’s 14 April 2014 submission to the Mental Health Commission on the Review of Mental Health Programmes highlights the challenges faced by rural and remote farmers, and the importance for mental health services to develop in sync as regional populations grow. The NFF commends the work of the National Centre for Rural Health and recognises the benefit in a multifaceted approach to mental health issues.
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It is unclear how the policy intent that Scope 3 disclosures would represent ‘information that is available at the reporting date without undue cost or effort’ is reflected in-practice.
Read the full submission here.
At today’s National Regional Housing Summit, the National Farmers’ Federation is calling on policymakers to shine a light on how farmers can be part of the solution to Australia’s deepening housing crisis. The Regional...