Small Change is SACOSS' weekly radio program, broadcast live every Tuesday night from 6-7pm, from the studios of community station, Radio Adelaide.
Each week, Small Change provides us with a unique platform to promote and profile the work of our members and wider community, and the stories we present remind us of the resilience of our sector and the inspiring work that often goes unnoticed. We regard those working in the sector, those accessing services and those with lived experience as the experts, and turn to them for analysis on the issues, ideas and questions facing our community.
Small Change has been broadcasting social justice news, media analysis and discussion since August 2013; during that time we've shared lived-experience stories of poverty and disadvantage, and covered issues including homelessness, First Nations' rights, disability, child protection, the cost of living, a fair tax system, and many others.
Have an important story to tell? Let us know about it! It might be an inspiring story, a new project or a service you've been running for decades. We're all ears and happy to have a chat.
Contact Radio and Communications Officer, Lisa Burns, via our staff page.
(Pictured left to right: ACOSS' Cassandra Goldie and SACOSS' Ross Womersley; Brain Injury SA Awards 2018 recipient Lee Witczak and her husband; Lisa Burns and 'Spirit Walker' Clinton Pryor, on the Adelaide leg of his walking journey from Perth to Canberra; SA Guardian for Children and Young People, Penny Wright, with Brooke Oliver and Nora Goodborn.)