The St Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia is working to shape a more just and compassionate community by being a voice for the voiceless.

In its role of advocating for the rights of marginalised groups in the community, Vinnies national office regularly produces publications, submissions and reports. 

Vinnies national CEO, Dr John Falzon is an experienced orator and commentator on social affairs issues in the national media. 

For more information on Vinnies national publications please contact policy@svdp.org.au

  • The Record

    The Record is Vinnies quarterly magazine focusing on social justice issues such as homelessness, poverty and more. Contributors include policy experts, academics and members of the Society.

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  • Submissions/Results

    In its role of advocating for the rights of marginalised groups in the community the St Vincent de Paul Society regularly makes written submissions, or reports on social justice topics.

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  • Reports and policy

    The St Vincent de Paul Society National Council of Australia produces regular Articles, Reports and Speeches on a range of topics including poverty and energy reports.

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  • Articles and speeches

    The Society pens articles and delivers speeches on a wide range of social justice issues.

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  • Annual Overview

    Our National Overview publication contains inspiring personal stories about how Vinnies makes a difference in people's lives throughout the country.

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  • Strategic Plan

    One Society, A United Voice The St Vincent de Paul Society was founded by a group of Catholic university students who were willing to take a risk. They took the risk of responding to the glaring inequality and injustice emerging in their time. We who have...

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  • The Rule

    The Rule is the governing document of the St Vincent de Paul Society internationally and is written for members and volunteers.

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  • National Social Justice & Advocacy Policy Statement

    Our National Social Justice Policy Statement was developed by the Society's National Social Justice & Advocacy Committee

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