Person

James Kelly

Alternate Name:
James S. Kelly
Guide

A guide to classifying employment supports

The Typology of Employment Support Interventions (TESI) provides a shared language and method for conceptualising, designing, commissioning, selecting and evaluating employment supports for people experiencing injury, illness or disability. This guide explains the purpose of the TESI, and suggests ways to use it for funders...
Report

Overview of results - Informing investment design: ILC research activity

Between June and November 2021, the Centre for Social Impact (CSI), Swinburne University of Technology, undertook this research project to assist the Department of Social Services (DSS) to build an evidence base for the Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) Program and inform the future...
Report

Summary report: mapping the employment support interventions for people with work restrictions in Australia

This report offers a starting point for discussion about what we mean by ‘employment supports’, how they might be described and compared across systems, and areas for improvement and alignment.
Report

Data for Good Collaboration: research report

This report presents key findings from a research partnership, which involved the design and delivery of a series of webinars that built data literacy; and participatory data capacity-building workshops facilitated by teams of social scientists and data scientists.