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Technical report

10 Nov 2017

A series of research-led workshops in Australia and New Zealand were developed to capture rich data of teachers’ lived experiences and their insights on teaching in innovative learning spaces, as revealed through reflective and speculative activities. The workshop format also...

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Technical report

15 Sep 2017

Innovative Learning Environments (ILEs), celebrated by some for the ‘transformational’ educational opportunities they may provide, raise questions whether the anticipated pedagogical value of these ‘non-traditional’ spaces is based on idealised visions of teaching and learning...

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Other text

27 Jul 2017

The word ‘innovation’ is seemingly everywhere in governments. It is often seen as a way of addressing pressing public policy challenges, and governments are increasingly turning to new innovation policies and innovation ‘units’ or ‘labs’. Yet amidst all this enthusiasm for innovation, there is...

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Research report

10 Jun 2017

Governments are increasingly turning to public sector innovation (PSI) labs to take new approaches to policy and service design.

This turn towards PSI labs, which has accelerated in more recent years, has been linked to a number of trends. These include growing interest in evidence-based...

Journal article

19 Apr 2017

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This article furnishes a comparative analysis on the constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples in four jurisdictions. The analysis looks at two jurisdictions that share a similar colonial heritage with Australia, namely New Zealand and Canada; and two...

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Research report

29 Nov 2016

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The Beyond Bushfires: Community Resilience and Recovery study was conducted to examine the impacts of the Black Saturday and related bushfires of February 2009 on community members’ physical and mental health and wellbeing. The research also aimed to...

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Working paper

05 Oct 2005

In Policy Research Paper 26, the authors explore the meaning and relevance of community and social capital drawing on a wide range of disciplines, in particular economics. The review suggests four key principles for measuring community strength and social capital:

* distinguish between...

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Research report

29 Oct 2003

In this second publication in the Melbourne Asia Policy Paper series, Professor Tim McCormack examines the potential role of the new International Criminal Court in The Hague for enforcing international criminal law in the Asia Pacific region in the new post-9/11 global climate. Professor...

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Conference paper

16 Apr 1998

Will the current superannuation arrangements in Australia provide adequate retirement incomes for women? To address this question, this paper provides estimates of how much superannuation low, medium and high income women can expect to accumulate over their working lives. The estimates are based...

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Research report

Digital data presents researchers and ethics committees with familiar and novel ethical issues. Accepted strategies for managing issues such as privacy and confidentiality, and informed consent, need rethinking. The qualities of digital data, including its mobility and replicability, present new...

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