Guide

29 June 2015

Provides information about Indigenous Australian federal and state parliamentarians, from the election of the first Indigenous Australian to federal Parliament - former Senator Sir Neville Bonner - until June 2015. 

22 May 2015

This guide shows how to carry out a health literacy review and build a health-literate organisation.

11 May 2015

Volunteering Australia’s new national standards for volunteer involvement update standards produced in 1998 and 2001 and provide a sound framework for supporting the volunteer sector in Australia.

11 May 2015

Budget Night is typically the most important annual policy statement by the Government.

9 May 2015

In response to overseas natural or manmade disasters and complex emergencies, defence forces, police, government agencies and the aid community often find themselves operating in the same physical space as one another, potentially obstructing program implementation via confusion over stakeholder roles, responsibilities and cultures.

5 May 2015

This Quick Guide provides a brief background to Australia’s preferential trade agreements (PTAs; often referred to as free trade agreements), in particular what they are, what they cover and commentary on whether they have been effective in increasing Australia’s wider economic welfare.

15 April 2015

This guide sets out the definition of earnings, and provides responses to frequently asked questions relating to earnings data in Australia.

12 April 2015

The accessibility of the Internet and the increasing popularity of social networking sites has made sharing and disseminating images easy, yet results in concerns about the safety and welfare of children and young people online, and protection of their privacy.

9 April 2015

Today’s technologies offer tremendous opportunities for authors to make their out-of-print or otherwise unavailable books more widely available. Some authors want to revive their books by creating e-books, while others may want to use print-on-demand technology or deposit their books in openly accessible repositories. This guide empowers authors to advocate on their own behalf to make their works more widely available.