Organisation

Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand

Report

New vulnerable research

From April to September 2020, Good Shepherd commissioned Roy Morgan to investigate a group of working Australians that they have termed the ‘new vulnerable’. This report provides in-depth analysis of these people, and their experience of navigating support systems to address their needs arising from...
Report

The perceived value of insurance for low-income households

This report provides an extensive analysis of how low-income households both value insurance and what they consider when making their insurance decisions. The findings point to both practical barriers, such as cost, for low-income households, as well as attitudinal differences in the perception of how...
Report

Understanding the impacts of COVID-19 on vulnerable Australians

The research behind this report demonstrates how government policy interventions, community service innovation and corporate support have highlighted what is possible when responding to people in hardship. It is clear that more will be needed in 2021, or Australia risks leaving many people behind on...
Technical report

Low-income households and insurance patterns

This report provides an analysis of 20,405 No Interest Loans Scheme (NILS) applicants with Good Shepherd Australia New Zealand, concerning their rates of insurance and average expenditure for policies.
Briefing paper

Opportunities to respond to forced marriage within Australia’s domestic and family violence framework: issues paper

This issues paper highlights opportunities within existing domestic and family violence law and policy to prevent and respond to individuals impacted by forced marriage. It identifies possibilities for reshaping government and civil society responses to forced marriage.