04 March 2014 | Exploring the relationship between parenting, work and the gender pay gap, this paper provides insights into the ways organisations can help address the gender pay gap by supporting parents in the workforce to manage work and family commitments.
28 February 2014 | Four decades since the first boats carrying Indochinese asylum seekers arrived on Australia’s shores, this paper provides a comparison of key Labor and Coalition asylum policies since 2001 when the Howard (Coalition) Government first introduced the practice of offshore processing.
25 February 2014 | With the advent of Web 2.0 technologies, Aboriginal youth throughout Australia are increasingly using digital technologies, especially mobile phones and the internet, to produce and tell their stories in ways determined by them.
25 February 2014 | In 2012–13, over three quarters of Australia's 15.4 million internet users made a purchase or order over the internet, according to this publication on household and personal internet use in Australia.
24 February 2014 | Examines all aspects and forms of alcohol advertising and marketing in Australia to assess whether the current mix of self-regulatory, co-regulatory and legislative provisions is serving to adequately protect children and adolescents against exposure to unsuitable content.
21 February 2014 | This paper provides an overview of complex trauma as a response to chronic sexual victimisation and considers what this means for services and service configurations, as well as the implications of acknowledging complex trauma for policy responses in health and human service fields.
18 February 2014 | This paper uses the 2011 Census data to quantify the impact of educational disadvantage among Indigenous Australians for labour market participation, employment and occupational destinations.
18 February 2014 | Providing an overview of New Zealand’s people, economy, and environment, this annual publication offers a picture of life in Aotearoa and is a useful tool for people looking to learn more about the country.
18 February 2014 | This paper outlines the experiences of asylum seekers who arrived to Australia by boat and are living in the Australian community without the right to work and with only minimal financial support.
18 February 2014 | With alcohol-related violence, particularly in and around licensed premises, at the forefront of NSW political debate in recent years, this backgrounder provides a collection of key sources on the issue.
03 March 2014 | In light of the current debate about independent schools in Australia, this article looks at Cooperative Trust schools in the UK and argues that these are an alternative, more successful version of charter schools.
13 November 2012 | This guide is one of ten outlining a range of evidence-informed actions that councils may consider when preparing their Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plans and other strategies.
27 November 2013 | This panel of international and Australian migration experts discussed critical issues, including: people smuggling and trafficking, irregular migration and asylum seeking, 'brain drain' and the emigration of skilled migrants from developing countries, and remittances.
Platform is a national NZ mental health and addiction network of community organisations and others that believe the recovery of individuals depends on an evolving and transforming mental health and addictions service system.