Young unemployed Australians confront serious transport challenges as they try to conduct their job search with 41% of 18 to 24 year-old jobseekers not having a driver’s licence.
This pilot research project used network mapping to gain understanding of the utility and value of social capital, in the form of networks and links, to community aged care service provision.
Will increased choice in community aged care benefit all consumers? How are older Australians adjusting to the radical recent changes introduced under the banner of Consumer Directed Care?
Identifying which Australian households are experiencing fuel poverty requires more than a single measure.
The impact of a changing job market and the enduring effects of the global financial crisis have been experienced differently by young men and young women in Australia.
Too many Australians experience social exclusion: about five per cent (825,000) of Australians aged over 15 are deeply excluded. Closer analysis shows that the sources of exclusion vary by age and...
In most Australian states rising network costs – the poles and wires – have been the primary cause of electricity price increases since 2007. However, the Victorian case is different.