Swinburne University of Technology
Financial abuse: the weaponisation of child support in Australia
This report draws on post-separation lived experience to demonstrate the ways that the Australian Child Support Scheme can be used and abused to jeopardise the financial safety of recipient parents and their children.
Linking scholarly articles to SDGs: an automated approach
Shana Chong, Marc Arul Weissmann, Markson Wee Chien Chin, Weng Marc Lim, Tania Sabatino
This paper proposes methodological approaches to automatically categorise journal articles into one or more Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The authors collaborate with Swinburne University of Technology researchers to collect a set of sustainable development articles with topics covering all SDGs.
Leadership in the charity sector: how Australians view the integrity, competence and contribution of charities
Drawing on over twelve months of data collected by the Australian Leadership Index, this report shows how the public views the integrity, contribution, competence and leadership of the charity sector, revealing how the sector compares with national benchmarks. It also offers fresh insights into the...
Tell Touch – a digital health intervention for the aged care sector: an evaluation pilot
This project reports on a pilot evaluation of Tell Touch - a digital communication application. Tell Touch was developed as a feedback and complaints tool for use in aged care homes to protect older residents by measuring the extent of quality care provided and to...
A Data Capability Framework for the not-for-profit sector
As community services rapidly digitise, they are generating more data than ever before. This research shows that data capability involves fostering effective and responsible data practices across three integrated dimensions - data access and infrastructure, data skills and data governance.