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5 March 2015

This fourth Intergenerational Report contains analysis of the key drivers of economic growth – population, participation and productivity – and examines what projected changes in these areas mean for our standard of living and public policy settings.

 

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4 March 2015

This report argues that health and employment services should intervene earlier, involve key stakeholders and ensure they work together in order to help people with mental-health issues find work and stay in a job.

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4 March 2015

This paper provides evidence as a catalyst for informed discussion about arts and culture in Australia.

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4 March 2015

This report delves into the nature of domestic and family violence and documents some of the work of the deeply committed people who provide services to victims and perpetrators of abuse.

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3 March 2015

CEW’s Westpac Case Study reveals how one of Australia’s biggest employers – led by one of the world’s most high-profile female CEOs – tackled gender diversity.

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3 March 2015

Describes the trends in living alone and describes the characteristics of people who live alone.

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2 March 2015

What is tax reform? What needs fixing in Australia's tax system, why, and what can and should be done? This report charts a roadmap for tax reform since it was last reviewed in 2010.

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2 March 2015

Amid a steady rise in the overall unemployment rate, Australia’s youth continue to bear the brunt. Their probability of finding a job has not improved since the global financial crisis.

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2 March 2015

This dictionary is intended to be the authoritative source of data definitions used by BreastScreen Australia to meet the need for national consistency in data collected for program monitoring and evaluation, and for accreditation of BreastScreen Australia services.

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2 March 2015

Presents information on asylum claims, unauthorised arrivals and irregular migration in Australia and Europe, to help address some of the popular misconceptions that surround asylum issues.

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27 February 2015

The Australian Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology Association (ARATA) responds to the NDIA’s AT Discussion Paper, and advocates that roles for all stakeholders must be considered. 

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27 February 2015

The Centre for Sport and Social Impact (CSSI) at La Trobe University was commissioned by AFL Victoria to determine the social value of a 'typical' community football club; specifically its social, health and community impact.

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2015

Review(s) of: Out of the cold: The cold war and its legacy, by Michael R. Fitzgerald and Allen Packwood, Published by Bloomsbury, New York, 2013, 199pp, US$30.99.

2015

Review(s) of: Out of bounds: Academic freedom and the question of palestine, by Matthew Abraham, Published by Bloomsbury, New York and London, 2014, 379pp, US$25.99.

2015

Review(s) of: Winding up the British empire in the pacific Islands, by W. David McIntyre, Published by Oxford University Press, 2014, 304pp, 65 pounds.

2015

Scott Thomson muses on the common use of the term 'radical' and the religious element in ISIS jihadism and endorses the archbishop of Canterbury's plea for patient ideological effort to overcome extremism....

2015

Following its outstanding success in achieving election to the United Nations Security Council, New Zealand must now contemplate what it might achieve on the world body. There is no doubt that it will face many challenges not only in addressing the wide-ranging issues likely to come before the...

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