An initiative of Swinburne Institute for Social Research, Swinburne University
The demographic resource centre at .idcommunity provides free access to demographic and spatial data using powerful web applications and visualisations.
The NSW Government Urban Activation Precincts program works with councils and local communities around Sydney to deliver more homes in places with access to infrastructure, transport, services and jobs.
Knowledge Circle is a resource that celebrates new approaches to keeping Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children safe and happy in their communities.
City Journal Online is produced by RMIT journalism students and run in conjunction with its sister-publication, City Journal newspaper.
This is a site for anyone wanting an introduction to the rich history and contemporary culture of Indigenous Australia and is the online gateway to The Little Red Yellow Black Book: An introduc
The Library Publishing Toolkit is a book and a website that looks at the broad and varied landscape of library publishing through discussions, case studies, and shared resources.
This website and project proposal sets out a mechanism by which every Australian can help set a limit on population growth in his or her area, through the census.
The UWA Future Farm 2050's vision is to imagine the best-practice farm of 2050 and build and manage it now.
Vote Compass is an educational tool developed by a non-profit group of political scientists and hosted by the ABC.
Election FactCheck is an independent, non-partisan public service that will test the truthfulness of political statements during Australia’s federal election campaign.
PolitiFact Australia is a fact-checking website that rates the accuracy of claims by elected officials and other influential people in the Australian political debate.
Pre/Poll lets you prepare for the polls by comparing the policies of Australia’s political parties in the lead up to the Federal election.
The Constitution Conversation is a chance for all New Zealanders to share their aspirations for their country and what matters to them most about how it's run.
The new Sax Institute website is a useful resource for anyone interested in the interface between research evidence and health decision making.
The CSR Dashboard is a visual custom made website.
The archive features performances (publicly available) as well as rehearsals, interviews and television appearances (restricted access) by the acclaimed perfor
This site serves as the central research space for the QUT Social Media Research Group (SMRG), a group of social media researchers in the Creati
Scholarly electronic publishing bibliography is a free curation service provided by Charles W.
This section of The Age Online provides infographics and other visualizations of statistics about the news.
This privately funded Australian initiative lists the world's health awareness weeks, days and other health and disease related promotional events.