University of Notre Dame Australia
Findings from the 50 Lives 50 Homes program: final evaluation report 2022
The '50 Lives' program pioneered the launch of 'Housing First' into the homelessness service system and onto the political agenda in Western Australia in late 2015. Fast forward to this final evaluation report, and the '50 Lives' collective impact program has supported nearly 300 people...
A systematic review of self-reported ethical practices in publications of cluster randomised trials conducted in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander settings
This systematic review describes self-reported ethical practices in research conducted in Australia involving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Submission by the Whitlam Institute for the Inquiry into the purpose, intent and adequacy of the Disability Support Pension
This submission is based on evidence collected as part of the E. G. Whitlam Fellowship, undertaken by Louise St Guillaume, and presented to the Inquiry into the Adequacy of Newstart Allowance in 2019.
Newstart, poverty, disability and the National Disability Insurance Scheme
This research shows it is often an experience of poverty, with disability exacerbated by an inability to afford essential medical items or appointments or the need to meet obligations to retain Newstart.
Dampier Peninsula’s community navigators empowering Kimberley families through their Aboriginal-led Woombooriny Amboon Angarriiya Partnership Initiative (WAAPI)
Nulungu's report on the Woombooriny Amboon Angarriiya Partnership Initiative (WAAPI), a project led by the Aboriginal people of Beagle Bay, Djarindjin, Lombadina and Ardyaloon communities.