Person

David Bryant

Case study

Steering social innovation: community agencies and the commissioning of Education First Youth Foyers

In the spring of 2010, with a close state election contest on the horizon, the leadership of the Brotherhood of St Laurence and Hanover Welfare Services both saw a chance to win political support for innovation in the youth homelessness sector.
Journal article

Policy challenges from the 'White' Senate inquiry into workplace-related health impacts of toxic dusts and nanoparticles

On 22 June 2005 the Senate of the Commonwealth of Australia voted to establish an inquiry into workplace harm related to toxic dust and emerging technologies (including nanoparticles). The inquiry became known as the White Inquiry after Mr Richard White, a financially uncompensated sufferer of...