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Download Grants FAQ

Grants available from Work and Income[i]

 

There are a number of grants that Work and Income may be able to provide if you meet the income limit (see end of document for income limits)[ii].

 

You do not need to be a beneficiary to receive these, and you may not . . . → Read More: BAS FAQ Sheet 1: Grants available from Work and Income

Submission on the Social Security Legislation Rewrite Bill 2016 (part one)

 

[this is presented in two parts as it is a large submission. This is part one and please see part two to continue reading]

1 The Beneficiary Advisory Service (“BAS”)[1] supports the concept of a . . . → Read More: Submission on the Social Security Legislation Rewrite Bill 2016 (part one)

Submission on the Social Security Legislation Rewrite Bill 2016 (part two)

[this is presented in two parts as it is a large submission. This is part two and please see part one first]

Part 3: Obligations

Subpart 1: Introduction

92 We oppose clause 91, which subjects people to sanctions . . . → Read More: Submission on the Social Security Legislation Rewrite Bill 2016 (part two)

Christchurch Peoples Resource Centre (CPRC) Annual Report June 2016 Beneficiary Advisory Service (BAS) Contents

Ø Our Organisation Ø Our Clients Ø Our Approach Ø Our Donors Ø Our Governance Ø The Aftermath of the Earthquake Ø Our Office Space Ø Our People Ø Our Day-to-day Work Ø Regular Newsletters Ø Media Ø The Access . . . → Read More: CPRC / BAS Annual Report 2016

Download 2015 Annual Report

Beneficiary Advisory Service (BAS) a project of Christchurch Peoples Resource Centre (CPRC)

Our New Office

Annual Report June 2015 Contents Our Organisation Our Clients Our Approach Our Donors Our Governance The Aftermath of the Earthquake Our New Office Our People Our Day-to-day Work Regular Newsletters Media The Access to . . . → Read More: CPRC / BAS Annual Report 2015

Community Law Canterbury (CLC) have recently released a report after a unique research project regarding Access to Justice for Beneficiaries. You can view it on their website here or here: Access to Justice for Beneficiaries. This is quite a long document but shows an important theme that some of the most disadvantaged and least resourced . . . → Read More: Beneficiaries Access to Justice

2014 Annual Report – download

Christchurch Peoples Resource Centre (CPRC) Annual Report June 2014 CPRC Projects: Beneficiary Advisory Service (BAS) Justice in Reviews (JiR)

Contents: Introduction and Governance Overview of Year & Day-to-Day BAS work Finances, Funding and Administration Justice in Reviews – Summary Regular Newsletters Media Releases Client Issues & Case Studies Conclusion . . . → Read More: CPRC / BAS Annual Report 2014

Submission on the Social Security (Benefit Categories and Work Focus) Amendment Bill 2012 (October)

1 The Beneficiary Advisory Service (“BAS”)[1] strongly opposes this legislation and urges the select committee to reject it.

Our status as submitters

2 BAS was set up in 1992 to promote and protect the legal, social and citizenship interests . . . → Read More: BAS Submission on the Social Security (Benefit Categories and Work Focus) Amendment Bill October 2012

Submission on the Social Security (Youth Support and Work Focus) Amendment Bill 2012 (April)

1 The Beneficiary Advisory Service (“BAS”)[1] strongly opposes this legislation and urges the select committee to reject it.

Our status as submitters

2 BAS was set up in 1992 to promote and protect the legal, social and citizenship interests of people . . . → Read More: BAS Submission on the Social Security (Youth Support and Work Focus) Amendment Bill April 2012

BAS Submission on the Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2013

1 The Beneficiary Advisory Service (BAS) strongly opposes this legislation and urges the select committee to reject it.

Our status as submitters

2 BAS was set up in 1992 to promote and protect the legal, social and citizenship interests . . . → Read More: Submission on the Employment Relations Amendment Bill 2013