Organisation
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Centre for Applied Social Research (RMIT)

The Centre for Applied Social Research was part of the School of Social Science & Planning at RMIT University. 

Owning Institution:
Evaluation

Evaluation of the Financial Consumer Rights Council - dignity and debt: financial difficulty and getting older initiative

The Financial Consumer Rights Council (FCRC): Dignity and Debt Financial Difficulty and Getting Older initiative was designed to address the effectiveness of one-on-one financial counselling sessions with Older Persons, including provision of consumer advocacy and information about financial hardship protections to those entering aged care...
Report

Sustaining exits from long-term homelessness

Executive Summary: Journey to Social Inclusion was a three year pilot that provided intensive support designed to break the cycle of long-term homelessness. This report presents the social and economic outcomes of the J2SI pilot. It covers the three years the trial ran, and the...
Report

Resolving long-term homelessness

Evaluating an intensive intervention designed to end long-term homelessness, this report covers the 36 months outcomes of the Journey to Social Inclusion pilot program and follows on from two previous reports which examined outcomes after 12 and 24 months. The evaluation combined a traditional Randomised...
Website

Better Evaluation

A new international website to support the work of people who commission and evaluate development projects has been created, with leadership from RMIT University's Centre for Applied Social Research. The site aims to share the experiences and ideas of people who conduct and commission evaluations...
Report

Persons in improvised dwellings, tents and sleepers out

Prepared for the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, this report provides background information for the evaluation of Street to Home programs being undertaken in Australian capital cities.