L-R: Alex Price-Busch (ICAN); Bettina Cooper, Mark Holden (Mob Strong Debt Help); Daphne Naden (ICAN) The Albanese Labor Government has announced an enduring resolution for people impacted by the collapse of the insurance provider… Read more »
The Save Sorry Business Coalition met in Canberra this week to get money returned to the thousands of people harmed by the Youpla collapse. The coalition comprised First Nations representatives from consumer organisations and… Read more »
The #SaveSorryBusiness coalition is busy preparing for a National Day of Action to be held on the 28th of March. The coalition wants to highlight the harm caused by ACBF/Youpla, by raising the voices of those who… Read more »
In this episode Alex heads to Parliament House in Canberra with the #SaveSorryBusiness coalition to lobby for the 30+ thousand people affected by the collapse of ACBF/Youpla.
The Save Sorry Business Coalition has welcomed the Federal Government’s initial $7.2 million Budget allocation for the Youpla Funeral Benefits Program. This interim scheme will help a small percentage of First Nations families affected… Read more »
A 30 second #SaveSorryBusiness advertisement for the Australian Government’s Youpla Funeral Benefits Program. You can find out more about the program by calling 1800 296 989 or visiting their website at https://treasury.gov.au/youpla .
Earlier this month, ICAN Director Daphne Naden gave a keynote address on the Indigenous Consumer Perspective at the National Consumer Congress in Sydney. Sharing the stage with Cynthia Gebert, Telecommunications Industry Ombudsman and the… Read more »
(Episode 2) ICAN’s Alex Price-Busch talks about the #savesorrybusiness coalition campaign and catches up with ACBF/Youpla policy holders, Irene Hunter and Kali Sailor. Aunty Irene and Kali discuss the impact of the company’s recent… Read more »