15 March 2012 | This paper considers the usefulness of the social inclusion concept as a framework to empirically explore the relationship between housing and a wide array of multiple forms of disadvantage.
30 January 2012 | The study emanated from a concern that popular and political support for home ownership is such that critical questions about the degree to which all home owners realise the projected financial and non-financial benefits of home ownership are rarely asked.
28 October 2010 | in the post-global financial crisis context, this study asks whether the advantages and disadvantages of home ownership are experienced differentially by households with different levels of income.
23 July 2007 | This paper from the 2007 Australian Social Policy Conference presents findings from one of the first ever studies to investigate these relationships empirically, under the umbrella concept of 'social cohesion'.
26 September 2006 | This paper explores the relevance of the social cohesion concept for housing policy and practice in Australia, develops a conceptual framework for understanding these linkages, explores the indicators which have been used to measure some of these linkages, and indicates how the empirical part of the research will proceed.
22 September 2004 | During the fourth week of the federal election campaign the Hon Philip Ruddock MP, Attorney-General, and Ms Nicola Roxon MP, Shadow Attorney-General, debated key legal issues. Chaired by George Williams, the debate is available online as an on-demand webcast.