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Given widespread labor market precarity, contemporary workers - especially those in the media and creative industries - are increasingly called upon to brand themselves. Academics, we contend, are experiencing a parallel pressure to engage in self-promotional practices, particularly as universities become progressively more market-driven. Academia.edu,...
This paper describes what happened in four teachers’ classrooms as a result of participating in Operation Magpie , a Citizen Science project. The range of strategies used to engage their students in observing magpies in the schoolyard and in nearby parks is the focus of...
The growth of professional supervision in social work has been accompanied by complex attempts to theorise key elements of supervisory practice and highlight the need to further examine what constitutes supervisory support in current regulatory environments. Changes in human service organisations resulting from new public...
The Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) commenced operations in 2012, with broad support from the Parliament. The structure, resourcing and protocols for the PBO reflected the recommendations of the Joint Select Committee on the Parliamentary Budget Office.
The PBO’s legislation enables the Joint Committee of...
The objective of this report, commissioned by Family and Relationship Services Australia (FRSA), was to begin a national conversation as to how investing in coordinated strategies to increase family-based prevention and early intervention services can be utilised in Australia to better address priority health and...
Main PointsThe most significant reforms to Australia’s foreign investment framework in 40 years were introduced in 2015‑16. The reforms were focused around building a stronger compliance program and a fees system to fund it, while maintaining an assessment system based on the...
This resource outlines the Australian Government investments that will benefit those who choose to live, work and invest in regional Australia.
This paper presents key findings about housing affordability trends at a national level and for the three most populous