Policy Online

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Link to organisation: http://apo.org.au/

Source Acronym: APO

Owning Institution: Swinburne University of Technology

Former Name: Australian Policy Online

Source Type: Education

Report
17 February 2017

This resource is a summary of the outcome of the ACT election, held in October 2016.

Case study
15 February 2017

This case study explores HomeGround Real Estate, an innovative model of delivering affordable housing pioneered by HomeGround Services (now Launch Housing) in Victoria.

Article
14 December 2016

To mitigate uncertainty and ensure consistent protection for journalists, Australia needs an all-encompassing, national shield law like New Zealand has.

Briefing paper
17 October 2016

A discussion of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander incarceration rates and subsequent policy responses must acknowledge and understand the history of disadvantage that surrounds...

Article
10 October 2016

Pursuing vigilante justice under parliamentary privilege should never be an element of the criminal justice system.

Guide
5 October 2016

This Topic Guide provides an overview of the development of social impact bonds, a mechanism for using private investment funds to finance social programs, together with links to reports and...

Report
15 September 2016

This report into the Northern Territory's Community Courts program was commissioned by the NT Department of Justice in 2012.

Article
10 August 2016

Different funeral options are increasingly sought after, driven by values such as cost effectiveness and sustainability and can be achieved with vision and planning.

Article
15 July 2016

The $3.8 billion expansion of the New South Wales prison estate by 7000 beds represents a manifest and very expensive failure of public policy, writes John Paget.

Article
2 June 2016

Provides an update on where things are at with Australia's Open Government Partnership process.

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Audio lecture/presentation
15 September 2015

It’s called grey literature because it’s typically unregulated and beyond the scrutiny and control of the peer reviewed journals or public service processes. But is grey literature credible? Does...

Journal article
10 July 2012

Research reports, or grey literature as they are also known, are an essential part of many disciplines including public policy. While access to these reports has become easier in many respects,...

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