The Australian Library and Information Association would like to invite you to attend the ALIA Information Online 2015 Conference.
For this year’s conference we are set to return to, Hilton Sydney Hotel from Monday 2 February to Thursday 5 February 2015. Join us at the venue that hosted the very first Information Online Conference and is proud to support this important event in 2015.Read more
Internationally acclaimed UK author George Marshall will discuss why Australians are wired to ignore climate change at an upcoming La Trobe University Ideas and Society event.
George Marshall is the author of Don't Even Think About It: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Ignore Climate Change. He will join La Trobe University Professor and Ideas and Society Program Convenor Robert Manne to discuss the complex psychology behind climate change denial.Read more
Does Australia have a housing affordability crisis? How can policy, regulation and planning improve housing outcomes? What opportunities exist to expand the supply of affordable housing? CEDA welcomes The Hon. Kelly O'Dwyer MP, Jane Monk from the Metropolitian Planning Authority and Geoff Lawler from the City of Melbourne to examine federal, state and local government perspectives on housing issues in Australia.Read more
CEDA's annual Economic and Political Overview brings together state and federal commentators to provide an in-depth analysis of the industry and policy environment for the year ahead. This year's forum will examine funding options for business and infrastructure investment, and growth-supportive policies for Australia's economic development.Read more
The Australian Housing and Urban Research Institute (AHURI) has undertaken a suite of complementary research projects on the role of the housing system in productivity growth, led by internationally renowned experts in the field; Professor Duncan Maclennan (University of St Andrews, Scotland), Professor Bill Randolph (AHURI Research Centre—The University of New South Wales) and Associate Professor Nicole Gurran (AHURI Research Centre—University of Sydney). Read more
Reforming systems to improve service delivery & quality of care
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The number of children in Out of Home Care is constantly increasing. Both government and community service providers are finding it difficult to build organisational capacity whilst at the same time ensuring the safety of children in care.Read more