Research

16 June 2015

This report gives a clear picture of how the Australian news consumer compares to eleven other countries surveyed in 2015.

Rating: 
5

12 June 2015

This UNESCO report addresses the transnational and multi-dimensional nature of Cyberspace - its growing importance presents new frontiers with unparalleled opportunities and challenges for access to information and knowledge, freedom of expression, privacy and ethics.

Rating: 
0

27 August 2015

Assesses the impact and effectiveness of Funded Family Care and the reasons influencing its uptake in its first year of operation.

Rating: 
0

26 August 2015

Within the framework of liberal democratic governance, the right to self-determination is the gold standard for virtually all countries with Indigenous populations—except for Australia.

Rating: 
0

26 August 2015

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians have long sought better political representation. While designing an Indigenous advisory body within the Australian Constitution is a challenge, proposals for its establishment are genuinely innovative and exciting.

Rating: 
0

26 August 2015

Discussing a proposal for Indigenous constitutional recognition put forward by the Cape York Institute, Cheryl Saunders, focusses on the concept of ‘consultation’ in particular.

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0

26 August 2015

This project sought to understand the barriers and success factors facing people with disability to transition into housing which better suits their needs and preferences, and the outcomes associated with these moves.

Rating: 
0

26 August 2015

This paper reviews the contestation between capability scholars and commentators on Indigenous policy, paying particular attention to four areas: human capability vs human capital, deficit discourse, individual responsibility, and the ends and means of policy.

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0

26 August 2015

Examines the future of domestic gas across the interconnected eastern-Australian gas market.

Rating: 
0

26 August 2015

This report describes trends in the occurrence of injuries requiring hospitalisation in Australia from 1 July 1999 to 30 June 2013. The annual number of cases rose from about 327,000 to 447,000 during this period.

Rating: 
0